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Correspondence referring to the Loan Charge APPG

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Dear HM Revenue and Customs,

Please supply a copy of all emails and any other written correspondence between any of the following persons:
- Jim Harra,
- Mary Aiston,
- Ruth Stanier,
- Penny Ciniewicz,
- Angela MacDonald,
- Joshua Flew,
- Sir Amyas Morse (now Lord Morse),
- the Financial Secretary to the Treasury Jesse Norman and
the Chairman of the Treasury Select Committee Mel Stride

that conform to the following criteria:

- Period: 01/01/2019 to 31/08/2021
- contain one or more of the following phrases or abbreviations :
"Loan Charge APPG", or
"LC APPG", or
"APPG for Loan Charge", or
"Loan Charge And Tax Payer Fairness APPG", or
any other "APPG" reference specifically meaning this particular All-Party Parliamentary Group.

Yours faithfully,
MKSZ Consulting

HM Revenue and Customs

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