AccountingWEB New Year Honours

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Last week it was the turn of James Dyson, Steven Gerrard, Zara Phillips and Rod Stewart to receive awards in the New Year Honours. But rather than let Tony Blair and the Queen have all the fun, we asked AccountingWEB members who they thought should be recognised. The question produced some interesting answers.

Member of the Order of Persuasion

For services to accountants in influencing the Carter review.

Paul Aplin

Paul Aplin joined south west accountancy firm AC Mole & Sons in 1980 before qualifying as a chartered accountant in 1985. He qualified as a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation in 1989 and became...

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By Anonymous
09th Jan 2007 11:22

Shurely shome mishtake?
I agree wholeheartedly that Geoff and Diana Jones deserve several medals, but I thought the Court of Appeal decision in December 2005 had been very strongly in their favour and it was HMRC who were appealing to the House of Lords?

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