Irish News
Gary McDonald, Business Editor
FOUR senior partners at the Belfast office of global accountancy firm KPMG have been arrested over an alleged tax fraud. They were detained by officers from HM Revenue and Customs in connection with what it said was "a suspected tax evasion". Neither HMRC nor KPMG, which carries out work for Stormont departments as well as leading companies across the north, would confirm the names of the individuals.



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