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By Tom Winnifrith | Saturday 12 January 2019
The letter below from Barclays Bank to Julie "lingerie on expenses" Meyer is self explanatory. But it begs an enormous question of the woman who also put the cost of a sex toy and batteries on her expenses from the now defunct Ariadne Capital.
Did Meyer keep her word and pay the enormous sums she said she'd pay Barclays. If not what will the bank do about it? If she did then how come she is pleading poverty with HMRC and the IRS over v ast unpaid taxes? Why should banksters be ahead of the taxman in the queue?
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