HMCE

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HMCEHer/His Majesty's Customs and Excise (UK)
HMCEHer Majesty's Customs and Excise (UK)
HMCEHarvard Model Congress Europe
HMCEHawaii Medical Center East (Honolulu, HI)
HMCEHeterogeneous Multiple Channel Environment
HMCEHIV Medicine Credentialing Examination (American Academy of HIV Medicine)
HMCEHartmath for Windows CE (software)
HMCEHigher Malaysian Certificate of Education
HMCEHazardous Materials Compliance and Enforcement
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Paul Cook, 60, an HM Customs and Excise officer with 20 years' service, is accused of inappropriate dealings with convicted Liverpool drug smugglers John Haase and his nephew Paul Bennett.
The warning - by HM Customs and Excise - came after an independent study found a quarter of tobacco being smoked in the town was from the black market.
The hatchling is part of a small litter of tortoises who were saved from the illegal pet trade after being seized by HM Customs and Excise last year.
Patrick Gerard Small was due to be rearraigned at Belfast Crown Court to enter a plea to charges stemming from a massive investigation by HM Customs and Excise.
The seven were ordered to leave the area and are now under investigation by HM Customs and Excise.
A YORKSHIRE farmer who was helping a neighbour with silage making has won a landmark victory against HM Customs and Excise over the right to use red diesel for the work.
In the mid-1930s the former Penarth County School pupil started work at HM Customs and Excise in South Wales - the beginning of a career that would span more than 40 years.
The committee's report on HM Customs and Excise for 2003-04 called for the introduction of tougher action on traders who carry out fuel duty fraud - usually by the selling of reduced-tax agricultural "red diesel" for non-farming use.
The HM Customs and Excise Service, which led the operation which led to the Thornhills' trial, is under pressure to make sweeping reforms.
But District Judge Stephen Earl granted the condemnation order and ordered Mr Berriman to pay pounds 300 costs to HM Customs and Excise in the next 21 days.
An HM Customs and Excise source said one passenger arrived at the airport with "bags literally overspilling with cash".
Northamptonshire police joined officers from Leicestershire Constabulary for the operation along with representatives from the Vehicle Inspectorate, Trading Standards, HM Customs and Excise and the Benefits Agency.