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(1)The Board must make to the Treasury an annual report about—
(a)the matters required by section 2(5) to be set forth in the accounts mentioned in section 13 of the Inland Revenue Regulation Act 1890 (c. 21),
(b)the number of awards of child tax credit and of working tax credit,
(c)the number of enquiries conducted under section 19,
(d)the number of penalties imposed under this Part, and
(e)the number of prosecutions and convictions for offences connected with tax credits.
(2)The Treasury must publish each annual report made to it under subsection (1) and lay a copy before each House of Parliament.
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