International arrest warrant issued over absent chess playing tax agent jailed for 10 years

Mark Battersby
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An internationally-ranked chess player who stole more than £750,000 through tax and mortgage fraud has been jailed for 10 years. Tax agent Robin Moss, formerly of Melton Mowbray, was sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court in his absence on 9 October.  An international arrest warrant has been issued through Interpol, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said in a statement.  Moss, formerly from Leicestershire but now of Skórzewo, Poznan, Poland, persuaded one client to pay their £53,000 tax bill through him but paid it straight into his bank account rather than to HMRC. He spent more than ...

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