A series of proposed voluntary redundancies at Dundee’s HMRC offices have been put on hold as a result of a High Court ruling.
A trade union has warned of “huge issues” with HMRC plans to transfer hundreds of jobs in Dundee to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
Thousands of Dundonians could lose their tax credits if they miss the deadline for renewing them.
Former Rangers and Scotland captain Barry Ferguson has been declared bankrupt after owing tax debts of over £1.4million.
Tax bosses have insisted that “the majority” of workers at a Dundee office will receive a transfer elsewhere in the city as part of a shake-up of staffing.
Union chiefs have vowed to fight for jobs at HMRC amid reports 34 employees have been invited to apply for voluntary redundancy.
A major Dundee employer has been branded “disgusting” after another of its workers was sacked over her disability.
An HMRC worker scammed benefit bosses out of £23,000 in child and working tax credits.