Seems such a waste not to record these for posterity:
I once got a letter from the Inland Revenue asking me what my address was
called the inland revenue, 10 minutes of recorded announcements how I shouldn't call them because they have a website
Having to speak to Inland Revenue today.... I will be washing my mouth out with tepid salt water immediately afterwards to avoid infection.
Just cost Revenue & Customs £45k by signing 600 Inland Revenue cheques for clients in time to get their £75 incentive. Satisfying work.
Inland Revenue - stop telling me to go to your website, I went there, it sucked and didn't tell me anything I needed to know, answer my call!
cold sweat. If one just gives ALL income straight to the Inland revenue when getting payed maybe then we'll be off the hook
Wondering when, sweet lord, just when will the UK's inland revenue stop asking me for a tax return? Been gone from the UK for years now...
I heard on the radio a couple of weeks ago that HMRC routinely ignore letters, fail to log calls etc. So I'm going to ignore them.
If you're curious about twitter - here's my take.