MICHAEL CLIFFORD: Judge’s interpretation a little taxing

We had a back-to-the-future event last Tuesday when Michael Lowry emerged from a building claiming vindication and victimhood. He had just been convicted of tax offences, escaped jail and declared that he had been hounded and vilified.

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