Council Tax being collected under the feudal system

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Dear House of Commons,

Council Tax being collected under the feudal system

Under the FOIA I wish to know if Council Tax that is a demand is being collected under the feudal system for the Crown

Yours faithfully,

Mr. Lewis

Mr. Lewis left an annotation ()

Have we gone back to the Henry VIII days of the ' reach-over ' no more than serfs ?

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Dear Mr Lewis,

 

Freedom of Information request F16-487

 

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Dear Mr Lewis,

 

 

Freedom of Information request F16-487

 

Thank you for your request for information as copied below. You asked if
Council Tax is being collected under the feudal system for the Crown.

 

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responsible for Local Authorities which collect Council Tax, so you may
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