Dear HM Revenue and Customs,
Please can you provide copies of email conversations and minutes of meetings between the then Treasury minister Mel Stride and Jim parra in relation to the Loan charge and legality of the HMRC approach to implementing the Loan Charge.
These conversations would be up to end of 2019
At the time was the minister aware oaf al the facts and
Damian D Cattigan
Our ref: FOI2021/08083
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