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Labour's inclusive ownership funds: nationalising 10% of everything?

3 September 2019

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With a general election in the UK looking increasingly likely, we've taken a detailed look at one of the UK Labour Party’s most striking policies: to require that 10% of the shares in all large UK companies be transferred to an "inclusive ownership...

The Diverted Profits Tax (DPT) – an update

14 August 2019

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Part 3 of the Finance Act 2015 (FA 2015) introduced an entirely new tax on cross-border businesses and transactions. Four years later, the diverted profits tax (DPT) remains largely unique amongst national tax codes, with Australia the only other country to have...

The UK Parliament can (probably) block a no-deal Brexit

13 August 2019

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The Withdrawal Agreement seems dead in the water, and negotiations between the UK and EU have stalled. The UK Government is determined to leave the EU on 31 October, but could Parliament stop it? The answer appears to be yes – probably. If a majority to...

The OECD proposal to revolutionise worldwide taxation: our assessment

5 June 2019

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Six years ago the OECD started work on BEPS – its project to counter international tax avoidance strategies. Last week, the OECD proposed something much more radical: a proposal to entirely reshape the basis on which tax is allocated between different countries. This...

UK nationalisation: The law and the cost - 2019 update

20 May 2019

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Nationalisation is on the agenda in the UK. The Labour Party says that, if it wins the next general election, it will nationalise the railways, water and energy companies, the National Grid, the Royal Mail and possibly private finance initiative (PFI) companies...

Brexit - where are we now?

9 May 2019

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The UK's withdrawal from the EU has been delayed, potentially until the end of October. How does this affect the risk of a 'No Deal' Brexit, the future relationship and our political landscape? This briefing reviews recent developments, explains key...