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Not so long ago we were promised a red, white and blue Brexit, but it would appear that the true colours of Brexit are green, yellow and...
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On 19 February 2018, the government published a new consultation to review the corporate Intangible Fixed Assets regime. This...
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The UK's tech sector was recognised as a beacon in the Spring Statement, attracting skills and capital from around the globe, so it was...
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It's the week of the Spring Statement, an event which, if reports are to be believed, promises a lot of announcements but not much...
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On Tuesday 13 March 2018 the Chancellor will respond to the latest economic data from the Office of Budget Responsibility, also known as...
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In what has not been a widely publicised change in policy, the UK Government has announced that EU citizens entering the UK post 29 March...
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The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, has today confirmed that the UK will seek a free trade deal that makes unique provision for the financial...
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Over the coming years we will see blockchain technology thrown at every aspect of the digital world with announcements of increased...
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A draft of the guidelines to be issued by Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, seen by the Financial Times, suggests that the...
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The EU, OECD and the UK are in a race to re-write long-established tax rules in pursuit of taxing the digital economy.Last year, several...
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In the Prime Minister's Mansion House speech on Friday, the Prime Minister hinted at the UK's desired Brexit outcome for financial...
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A few weeks back I wrote an article for the British Computer Society (BCS) on GDPR compliance and the potential under-utilisation of IT...