Open Consultation

Welsh Revenue Authority powers to tackle tax crime

We want your views on proposals to give the Welsh Revenue Authority specific criminal powers to tackle devolved tax crime.
Consultation End Date 
2 October 2017
13 days left for you to respond
Consultation launched 10 July 2017


Consultation document
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Consultation description 

We are consulting on the impact of the Welsh Revenue Authority being provided with specific criminal powers and invite your views on:

  • the need to tackle devolved tax offences through the use of criminal powers
  • the organisations which may be involved in criminal investigation and prosecution
  • the practical implications of making use of different elements of UK criminal powers legislation
  • ensuring appropriate safeguards and governance on the use of these powers. 
How to respond
Please submit your comments by 2 October 2017, in any of the following ways:
Online Form 

Download the response form

Complete and return to: FinancialReformMailbox@Wales.GSI.Gov.UK


Download the response form

Complete and return to:

The Welsh Treasury, 
Tax Policy, Engagement and Strategy,
Welsh Government
Cathays Park
Pillar H08
East Core
CF10 3NQ

Help and support 

For more information on this consultation email: FinancialReformMailbox@Wales.GSI.Gov.UK