Steven Swinford telegraph.co.uk Taxes will have to rise unless officials are given new powers to raid people's bank accounts, David Cameron has said.
The Treasury select committee warned that allowing HM Revenue and Customs to remove cash from bank accounts without court orders is "very concerning" because of its history of mistakes.
The committee said that taxpayers could suffer “serious detriment” if officials are able, either by mistake or through an “abuse” of power, to take money from people who have done no wrong.
Mr Cameron yesterday claimed that the alternative was to "put up taxes". to read more: telegraph.co.uk
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