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If it looks like a duck ... is it an MSC?

HMRC has, today, published "Spotlight 32" highlighting its victory in Christianuyi Ltd & Ors v Revenue and Customs UKFTT 272 (TC) (21...

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London remains a buoyant property market!

I'm sure many of us saw the ITV report on the effect Brexit has (or may have) on the residential housing market, which reported not only...

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One size, doesn't fit anyone.

So no viability test on affordable housing?

Remind me again how developers are supposed to deliver an unviable development?

City Hall plans to scrap viability assessments for affordable housing contributions by introducing a non-negotiable 35% flat rate for...…

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GlaxoSmith-is-fine

Encouraging news from GSK, particularly the express acknowledgements relating to the UK's leading role in life sciences, the educated and...

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Pokémon Go... to their personal injury solicitors

I've been on holiday this week and am able to report that the shores of Lake Maggiore are positively awash with the ubiquitous augmented...

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"Par" Wars: the Venturer Strikes Back

If there's one thing I've generally observed as a corporate lawyer, it's that there is often (but not always; i'm thinking of you, 2013 -...

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A change in immigration policy...probably not

Our new Prime Minister, Theresa May, was previously plagued by the Government's target of reducing net migration down to the "tens of...

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Bogus self-employment in the headlines again

Hot on the heels of the inquiry into Sports Direct's working practices, the plight of 'self-employed' Hermes couriers earning below...

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Foreign jurisdictions eye Brexit boost

Pleased to hear that the Law Society is going to work tirelessly to promote England and Wales as a jurisdiction to continue to do...

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HMRC 23 : 2 Taxpayer (and 1 draw)

HMRC have published a list of tax cases (for the tax year 2015/16) in which they consider that tax avoidance was at issue, showing a 90%...

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Osborne to the rescue?

It seems that HSBC (and indeed many other financial institutions) may owe Mr Osborne a degree of gratitude after it was revealed that he...

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Crossrail - who benefits?

This is an interesting article discussing the impact of Crossrail on the property market. On the one hand, estate agents, property owners...

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Is it wrong to be optimistic post Brexit?

Credit Suisse believe we should be preparing for the worst post Brexit and suggest we are heading into a mild recession. They  have set...

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Well, that was predictable...

It's been said that predictability is not how things will go, but how they can go.

There's been growing interest on the part of the UK...

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Good News #2

This would be a major deal even in a strong market.

There are no specifics on the yield but it is understood to be about 2.75%.

Not only is...

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"Creative" CVs - what can employers do?

CVs are intended to present a candidate in the most favourable light possible and it's not all that unusual for them to be a little...

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What's going on?

Another day another turnaround in the economic indicators.  Now the FTSE 100 is back up above the levels of the 23rd June, albeit helped...

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The (train) times are a-changing

Residents on a newly-constructed estate in Yorkshire have been informed of changes to the HS2 line which may mean that the houses they...

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All that jitters...

The construction industry has had its worst performance since the last recession.  

This is an industry that feels every bump in the...

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Good news!

There is a danger in times of uncertainty that fear of a downturn becomes a self fulfilling prophecy.

In that context it is always worth...

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Dyson gets physical opening its first UK store today

It is interesting that at a time when people frequently discuss the trend towards online sales, Dyson has decided to open its first...

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Snapshot v Trajectory

It was inevitable that there would be a financial fall out from an exit vote in the referendum so the announcements that property funds...

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Another fine Messi...

Football fans will be aware of Lionel Messi's retirement from international football, following Argentina's defeat to Chile in the final...

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A Messi tax business

The tax authorities are working hard to change the culture of taxpayers to make them, in the words used by HM Revenue & Customs, pay...

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Costs War Is Over (if you want it)

More or less any Solicitor involved in conditional fee work will have been accused, at one time or another, of a technical breach of the...

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Who'd be a trustee?

This article highlights the duty of care placed on trustees when it comes to investing trust assets. In practice trustees must always...

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