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One percent

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-44954587

The fugitive wife of a "fat cat banker" who's spent £16m in Harrods is battling to keep her London mansion after the UK's first use of a new power to combat international corruption.

The woman, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, is challenging a demand by the National Crime Agency that she reveal the source of her wealth or face losing her British properties.

The hearing at the High Court is the first time the agency has used an "Unexplained Wealth Order" to force a suspected corrupt foreign official and his family to account for their riches.

 

Spent 16 million in harrods alone. It’s beyond me where you would start with this. 

Lets repeat. 16 million. In a glorified department store. How?  Wtf did she buy?

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14 minutes ago, One percent said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-44954587

The fugitive wife of a "fat cat banker" who's spent £16m in Harrods is battling to keep her London mansion after the UK's first use of a new power to combat international corruption.

The woman, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, is challenging a demand by the National Crime Agency that she reveal the source of her wealth or face losing her British properties.

The hearing at the High Court is the first time the agency has used an "Unexplained Wealth Order" to force a suspected corrupt foreign official and his family to account for their riches.

 

Spent 16 million in harrods alone. It’s beyond me where you would start with this. 

Lets repeat. 16 million. In a glorified department store. How?  Wtf did she buy?

I bet Nigerian.

Dint see why she cant be named. Shes not a national.

Shame and strip the bitch of her money and pride.

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19 minutes ago, NTB said:

Hmmm. That sounds like the sort of swamp draining legislation that is long overdue. 

You'll find it only applies to wives of Nigerian princes.

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11 minutes ago, dgul said:

You'll find it only applies to wives of Nigerian princes.

To be hinest, most the bent people in Lonnon are Nigerian.

Russians have shat on their own doorstep.

Chinese wont let them leave.

Edited by spygirl

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1 hour ago, NTB said:

Hmmm. That sounds like the sort of swamp draining legislation that is long overdue. 

Came in in February and this is the first time they've used it. All HMRC do according to the article is Google the name of the person, give me that job I could catch 20 a day. 

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Sorry, I don’t like this idea at all. The state can seize your assets arbitrarily and it is for you to justify they can’t?

British values of ‘home is castle’ and ‘live and let live’ seem to be eroded now.

Dressing up the sequestration attack with eye catching claims about Harrods shopping is an easy way to justify the heist to the masses.

Edited by Bkkandrew
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8 hours ago, Bkkandrew said:

Sorry, I don’t like this idea at all. The state can seize your assets arbitrarily and it is for you to justify they can’t?

British values of ‘home is castle’ and ‘live and let live’ seem to be eroded now.

 

You can bet your life that sooner or later it will be used to denude ordinary people like us. Once a bureaucrat is given a bit of power you can bet they will abuse it. 

There are so many examples, where to start. 

How about HMRC with their stance on bringing in tax paid cigarettes, wines and spirits from other countries in the EU. Perfectly legal and what the EU stated was one of its main objectives, to allow EU citizens to choose where to buy goods from even if it allowed them to buy them from countries with lower rates of tax. That didn't stop HMRC confiscating and destroying cigarettes, wines and spirits bought in to the UK on the pretext that they were not for personal use, together with the vehicle that was used to transport them. Eventually the EU court held that HMRC were acting incorrectly and were ordered to stop. 

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11 hours ago, One percent said:

 

Lets repeat. 16 million. In a glorified department store. How?  Wtf did she buy?

Never been to Daylesford Organics, have you?

That figure would barely cover a bunch of carrots and a packet of micropig sausages.

Tat peddlers have worked out many ways of parting money from the rich and tasteless. The most successful method is to place the words 'organic' or 'artisan' in front of any old shit.

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9 hours ago, Bkkandrew said:

Sorry, I don’t like this idea at all. The state can seize your assets arbitrarily and it is for you to justify they can’t?

British values of ‘home is castle’ and ‘live and let live’ seem to be eroded now.

Dressing up the sequestration attack with eye catching claims about Harrods shopping is an easy way to justify the heist to the masses.

well dont lots of countrys basicly sell passports ? how much vat has she paid on 16 million and thats just harods alone.if she stole it here fine but some countrys only need a change of goverment or junta and the acusers want the cash back to steal themselves,could be any country in africa and half of asia

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30 minutes ago, Sgt Hartman said:

Never been to Daylesford Organics, have you?

That figure would barely cover a bunch of carrots and a packet of micropig sausages.

Tat peddlers have worked out many ways of parting money from the rich and tasteless. The most successful method is to place the words 'organic' or 'artisan' in front of any old shit.

im pleased to see my home village rocester rip off yupee bastards down south.

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19 minutes ago, One percent said:

Wouldn’t you go to one of the posh jewellers for that?

didn't say she was smart :)

in fact she's probably incredibly dumb, flaunting her wealth so opennly that the authorities were forced to act when they would rather not, if you get my drift.

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