A senior Conservative MP has criticised the reported tax bill benefits enjoyed by senior civil servants in Whitehall.
Most taxpayers would be surprised to find that this sort of thing is tax-free. These are out of line with what one would expect from the way people in the private sector are treated
Taxpayers are already paying a lot for these people, I don't think they would be expecting to dig into their pocket to pay for the tax on the benefit as well.
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