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Derry v HMRC The Court of Appeal handed down its judgement in the case of R on the application of Derry v HMRC on 20 June. It is a case 
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If you’ve paid even passing attention to print and broadcast media over the last few weeks, you will perhaps be aware that we are currently in close season for many 
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What the hung Parliament could mean for tax For a change, the exit polls were right: the election on 8 June resulted in a hung Parliament, with no party having 
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Polls and Pain: Tax and Election Manifestos We are now, of course, just days away from the second General Election in a shade over two years and with each successive 
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Numerous cases involving marketed tax avoidance arrangements are still making their way through the courts and tribunals. Where HMRC has won those cases and all avenues of appeal on the 
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These are testing and – quite literally – taxing times for anyone living or doing business in Britain. A few weeks ago, more than half of the 136 clauses in 
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Accelerated Payment Notices, Judicial Review and Interim Relief  In over 32 years of working in tax, I find it difficult to think of any tax legislation that has been as 
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