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The taxman is waging war on the British TV business and hundreds of stars are being investigated

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has gone to war with the British television industry. The BBC revealed last week that more than 100 of its current and former presenters are being probed by HMRC over alleged tax avoidance. Now top talent agents have told Business Insider that the tax body is pursuing high-profile investigations against hundreds, if not thousands, of presenters across the industry as it looks send out a statement to tax avoiders and claw back unpaid tax.
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