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Bernie Ecclestone faces fraud charge over trust for daughters, documents show

Former Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone is accused of falsely claiming he had only set up a single trust for his daughters in an alleged failure to declare £400 million of overseas assets to the Government, according to court documents.Ecclestone, 91, is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Monday to face a charge of fraud by false representation between July 13 2013 and October 5 2016.According to the court listing, the business magnate allegedly claimed that he had “established only a single trust, that being one in favour of your daughters”.He is also alleged to have said “other...
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Bernie Ecclestone indicted for UK tax fraud

Bernie Ecclestone, former Formula 1 number one, has been indicted for tax fraud in the UK for £ 400 million held overseas and undeclared to the tax authorities. This was reported by the director of the anti-fraud investigation service of the Treasury and Customs (Hmrc), explaining that the 91-year-old Ecclestone will have to answer for the crime of false declarations.
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Bernie Ecclestone charged with fraud over £400m assets

Former Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone will face charges of fraud by false representation after an investigation by UK tax authorities that allegedly found undeclared assets worth more than £400m overseas. The UK’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said on Monday it had “authorised the charging of Bernard Charles Ecclestone...
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Ex-F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone faced with fraud charge over £400m

Former Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone faces a charge of fraud over a failure to declare more than £400 million ($477m) in assets he held overseas to the British tax authority, prosecutors said on Monday. The Crown Prosecution Service said Ecclestone, 91, faced one count of fraud by false...
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Bernie Ecclestone to be charged over alleged fraud

Former Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone will be charged with fraud by false representation following an investigation into overseas assets believed to be worth more than £400m. The 91-year-old spent 40 years as the head of F1 before being removed as its chief executive officer in 2017. The Crown...
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Ex-F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone facing fraud charge over £400m of overseas assets

Former Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone will be charged with fraud by false representation over an alleged failure to declare £400 million of overseas assets to the government.The charge against the 91-year-old was authorised by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) on Monday following an investigation by Revenue and Customs (HMRC).Andrew Penhale, Chief Crown Prosecutor, said: “The CPS has reviewed a file of evidence from HMRC and has authorised a charge against Bernard Ecclestone of fraud by false representation in respect of his failure to declare to HMRC the existence of assets held overseas believed to be worth in excess of £400m.“The Crown...
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Bernie Ecclestone finally apologises for saying he would ‘take a bullet’ for Putin

Bernie Ecclestone has finally apologised for saying Vladimir Putin was a “first class person” and that he would “take a bullet” for him.The former Formula One boss faced a backlash after making the comments during an interview on ITV’s Good Morning Britain last month.When asked whether he still stood by his friend Mr Putin, the 91 year-old said: “I would still take a bullet for him. I’d rather it didn’t hurt, but I would still take a bullet.”He also said Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on 24 February was “not intentional” and implied the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, could have...
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