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The UK Government has today launched a consultation on domestic implementation of the OECD’s Pillar Two minimum tax proposals. Coming...

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In an interesting twist to the Pillar Two roll-out, last week (6 January) the Business at OECD (BIAC) issued a very negative open letter 

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Last year ended with the publication of model rules for the OECD's project to achieve a global minimum corporate tax rate of at least...

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The OECD has today published model provisions for the Pillar Two GloBE rules, which seek to ensure multinationals pay a minimum effective...

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With Christmas fast approaching, will the OECD be giving the tax community a last minute present in the form of the Pillar Two model rules?

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The Times has recently reported that the Government is seeking to limit the power of the courts to overrule decisions made by ministers...

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David Gauke, Isobel Morton and Rachel Richardson discuss the headlines and implications from the recent COP26.

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In episode 3 of our policy in practice podcast David Gauke and Gideon Sanitt chat with Jonathan Pratt about the Government's proposals...

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This blog was prompted by an intriguing report published on 6 November in The Telegraph: UK FTSE 250 outsourcer/service provider has...

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As part of the agreement on the Pillar One international tax reforms 136 OECD Inclusive Framework countries have committed to withdraw...

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In a welcome move for those responsible for tax matters at large businesses, today’s Budget documents contain an announcement that the...

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Today, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer announced the Government’s fiscal plans for the immediate and near future. Amongst the tax...

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The US has reached a compromise with five European countries – including the UK – on what will happen to the latter’s digital services...

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The FCA has published its final rules for the Long Term Asset Fund (LTAF). The LTAF is a new authorised fund vehicle that aims to make it...

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In this podcast David Gauke and Rhiannon Kinghall Were talk to Gavin Haran about the forthcoming Spending Review and Budget. In the...

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The first of our “Policy in practice” podcast series is now available to listen to. David Gauke, Lora Froud, Gavin Haran and Rachel...