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August 14, 2022
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EXCLUSIVE: Drugs, defecation, and graffiti at HMRC’s Manchester headquarters

UK government staff working for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have been warned about repeated acts of vandalism at its Manchester HQ, including defecating on toilet floors and using faeces to “write unpleasant messages.” Trinity Bridge House, Robert Wade / Flikr / CC by 2.0 A member of the facilities management team at HMRC – which governs the collection of tax and payment of state support – wrote to staff about repeated bad behaviour at the department’s Trinity Bridge House HQ in an email seen by FinTech Futures. “Last week there was another deliberate act of vandalism in the…
EXCLUSIVE: Drugs, defecation, and graffiti at HMRC’s Manchester headquarters

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