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In a significant judgment, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has struck down provisions of European Union law that give...
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At the Irish Funds’ UK symposium on 24 November, the Central Bank of Ireland’s (CBI's) Derville Rowland made an ominous remark in her...
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The Chancellor has confirmed that the UK Government is to press ahead across the board with UK implementation of the new global minimum...
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Following the economic turmoil resulting from Kwasi Kwarteng’s (now largely reversed) “Growth Plan” on 23 September, Jeremy Hunt was...
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Negotiations have concluded between the European Council and the European Parliament on changes to the European Long Term Investment Fund...
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The Home Office tends to serve up major changes to the Immigration Rules twice a year, in Spring and Autumn, with emergency measures...
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The recent announcement at the “mini-Budget” to reverse the changes to the IR35 rules bring the legislation back to where it was before 6...
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Part of the Chancellor’s “mini-Budget” on Friday 23 September included news that, from 6 April 2023, the longstanding limit on the value...
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As part of the Chancellor’s £45bn package of tax cuts set out in the “mini-Budget” on 23 September, it was announced that the "bankers’...
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The Chancellor announced this morning at the “mini-Budget” that the recent changes to the “off-payroll worker” rules (commonly referred...
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It has been an unusual feature of the UK immigration process that certain nationals (e.g. of Brazil, China, Israel, Russia, Turkey, UAE)...
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The Pension Schemes Act 2021 introduced new requirements for DB schemes to: develop a funding and investment strategy that ensures that...
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Tax enthusiasts will have plenty to read on the beach this summer following yesterday’s publication of the UK Government’s summary of...
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Sovereign immunity – the principle that foreign governments and heads of state have immunity from certain taxes including Income Tax,...
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The Financial Times report that the OECD’s two-pillar agreement to re-allocate some taxing rights to market economies (Pillar One) and...
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Yesterday the Government of Jersey published a “reflective paper” that sets out its current approach to the OECD BEPS 2.0 reforms, and...