As our earlier story sparked no uncertain interest, we thought we would add that Athens News has just published an updated analysis of the recent SDOE crackdown on businesses in tourist destinations failing to give receipts, here. The inspectors carried out 4,067 inspections between 6 July and 19 August across the mainland and the islands (although we’re not so sure if Larisa counts as a tourist destination). Lefkada, which had been rated at ’100 per cent’ failure to give receipts, has been downgraded to a still-naughty 64 per cent, while Kerkyra, which had rated at 50 per cent, went up to 60 per cent. Our neighbours on Skiathos came lower down the list at 39 per cent, while Skopelos itself doesn’t feature at all, and as the inspectors have been here recently, we can only put that down to the saintliness of our island businesses. Rethymno on Crete came tops at 84 per cent, followed by Kos, Naxos, Chania and Rhodes.