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Damian Cattigan made this Freedom of Information request to HM Revenue and Customs This request has been closed to new correspondence. Contact us if you think it should be reopened.

The request was refused by HM Revenue and Customs.

Dear HM Revenue and Customs,

There is a imagine circulating on social media with a smiling gentleman in-front of a image of a roaring Tiger withe motto "Make it Real".

Please can you confirm the following

1. Who is the gentleman
2. His Role
3. Why a Tiger
4. Make it real what does that mean

Just find hard to grasp that a government agency would make public such a picture and when the legislation of Loan charge is very flimsy in legal standing.

It makes me wonder that there is a sense of revenge and anger form HMRC on proving such a picture

Yours faithfully,

Damian Cattigan

FOI Central Team, HM Revenue and Customs

Our ref: FOI2021/08840

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FOI Central Team, HM Revenue and Customs

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Dear Mr Cattigan

We are writing in response to your request for information, received on 29
April 2021

Yours sincerely,

HMRC Freedom of Information Team