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VAT, at its core, derives from EU law.  Inevitably, specific changes would need to be made to the UK’s VAT rules in the event of a “no...
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Earlier today (23 August 2018), the Government began to publish its technical papers containing advice on preparations for the UK leaving...
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Last month, I commented on the House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee report on off-site manufacturing and, in...
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The FCA is reportedly sending questionnaires and making supervisory visits to asset management firms, focusing on their market abuse...
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The Financial Times has reported today that the Financial Conduct Authority (the FCA) had over 500 investigations open in April 2018....
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The Government has stated on a number of occasions that, once the UK leaves the EU, businesses will be able to continue to recruit and...
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Last week's report by the House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee into sexual harassment in the workplace looked closely at the...
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The topic of yesterday's FT article on new analysis questioning fees by private equity managers is part of a wider focus, particularly by...
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The Gambling Commission has updated its licence conditions and codes of practice with a view to strengthening requirements on gambling...