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Predicted revenues rise amid Champions League run and sponsorship deals
Taxpayers who fail to file their tax returns by next Thursday will be hit by hefty fines, even if they don't owe any money.
London club announce loss for last season
Ruse detected by the IRS, which blocked a total of $2.1bn in fraudulent refunds in 2012
The Government has paid out more than £1 million in rewards for information on tax cheats since the start of the financial crisis, it was revealed today.
The Asian Football Confederation accused its disgraced president Mohammed bin Hammam of bribery after an internal audit revealed fresh allegations of financial wrongdoings by the Qatari football official.
The boss of Britain's oldest museum has been suspended over an auditing inquiry, only four years after a similar crisis. Lieutenant-General Jonathon Riley, who commanded Nato troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, has stepped down from his £95,000-a-year job as both Director General and Master of the Royal Armouries, a post dating back to the 15th century.
For me Jimmy Carr's comedy performance in the Jubilee concert was a far greater crime against this nation than perfectly legally avoiding tax. But nevertheless the spectacle of the acerbic Carr being caught out does satisfy this week's quota of schadenfreude.
Anna Friel puts in a leaden performance in a thriller in which very little rings true
The Rugby Football Union were today offered some respite from the chaos that has engulfed Twickenham by posting a record financial performance of £8.7million profit.