Brighton city centre shop loses its alcohol licence for tax evasion From The Argus Trading standards officer Catrina Macbeth said it was a "serious" matter which HMRC rarely prosecutes for and recommended revoking the licence was the "only appropriate step" that could be taken.
The shop lost its licence once before under Tatlidede's management in 2011 when trading standards officers found counterfeit wine and fake vodka. But magistrates allowed the decision to be appealed and it started trading again after the penalty was reduced to a three month suspension. The 32 year old was visibly shaken at the hearing as he told the panel he only ever wanted to work hard, live a normal life and not to take part in criminal activity. He brought with him paperwork which he said attested coach outlet atlanta jail to his good character. Ms Macbeth said trading standards had never had any other problems with him and the premises. He said: "I have already been punished for this in court. I have to pay back money to the Government and I completed 150 hours of unpaid work. "I am setting up a payment plan, but if I lose the licence I lose my business. How can I pay them back?" He said he could not afford to bring coach outlet coupons yogurt solicitors to the meeting, adding: "I am a small business owner, me and my staff work really hard. I am there seven days a week and work between 10 and coach purse outlet online 12 hours coach outlet locations you don't need a passport a day all through Christmas, new year and bank holidays for ten years. We are in an important location I see us as the face of the city.".
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