UK Uncut Legal Action

Taking legal action against the cuts


Can you help us raise £20,000?

It’s alleged that David Hartnett, the government’s top tax man, who loves to be wined and dined, met Goldman Sachs’ top brass in late 2010 and with a handshake agreed that the bank would be buying insulin plant owed to the public purse in interest on an unpaid tax bill.

To challenge this back room deal, UK Uncut Legal Action, with the help of law firm Leigh Day & Co, is threatening legal action against the HMRC unless this dodgy and unfair decision is quashed.

Our fantastic lawyers are taking on the case on a ‘no-win, no-fee’ basis, but if we lose  we are likely to have to pay HMRC and Goldman Sach’s legal costs. We don’t know how much it could be but we imagine that it won’t be cheap. Can you help us raise some money? We’re hoping to get 20,000 people to donate £1 each.

So far we’ve raised £15,000. Thank you! If you want to make a donation, you have a few options:

Ways to donate £1

1) Bank transfer
UK Uncut Legal Action
SC: 089299
AN: 65512708

2) Donate online, using paypal. Because of transaction costs, you’ll unfortunately have to donate £1.24 in order for us to get the full £1. If you would like to donate more than one pound, we won’t say no!

3) Donate by cheque / post. Please send a cheque or pound coin to:
UK Uncut Legal Action
The Meridian
4 Copthall House
Station Square
Coventry CV1 2FL

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