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Anti-tax campaigner rolled over

The man behind the Facebook campaign to raise awareness over the Community Enhancement Fee is leaving Cayman.

Nick Pitman created the Expats and Caymanians Unite page on the social networking site and attracted thousands of followers. But today (Tuesday, 7 August) it has emerged that Mr. Pitman has been on Island for 7 years and is moving back to his native UK.

On his own Facebook page he said he was pleased to be leaving Cayman on a high after what he describes as “An interesting 10 days” helping people get heard through the power of social media.

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