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A labourer who defrauded the Inland Revenue of almost £25,000 by falsifying 714 and 715 tax forms was last week sentenced to seven six-month jail terms to run concurrently.Self-employed Martin McGoldrick, of Edgware Road, Colindale, London, pleaded guilty at Harrow Crown Court to seven charges of false accounting in 1990 and 1991.Shirley Bothroyd, prosecuting, said Mr McGoldrick had bought a book of 715 vouchers at 10 per cent of their face value and had used invoices printed with ...

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