HMRC loses £135k appeal over charity’s VAT zero-rating for new building

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HMRC has lost its appeal at the Upper Tribunal (UT) over its claim that a charity providing outdoor activities should pay around £135,000 in VAT on the costs of building new facilities because it was operating as a business and so could not claim zero-rating.

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