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Half of landlords in one London borough fail to declare rental income

Published on Sunday 13th of August 2017 01:04:01 PM in Guardian

Up to 13,000 landlords in just one London borough have been identified as failing to declare their rental income, prompting estimates that unpaid tax in the capital is costing the public purse nearly £200m.Newham council in east London, the first to introduce a compulsory borough-wide licensing ...

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