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The British government has been ordered to pay the European commission’s legal costs after being successfully sued for granting City traders a tax break without EU permission.
HMRC says millionaire owes money for inheritance tax liability on Ukip donations.
Listing sends signal that turning Britain into a low-tax island ‘will not be acceptable to the EU’.
'For at the same time as attempting to relegate Brexit to distant memory, the government is also claiming all kinds of benefits from “having left the EU”.'
Decision on British overseas territory comes less than two weeks after UK left bloc.
Digital services levy due to be imposed on web-based firms like Facebook and Amazon from April.
‘Prepare for the worst’ EU officials tell business after Sajid Javid’s FT interview.
Opponents say remarks are ploy based on xenophobia to win Labour leave marginals.
Trump says the competition commissioner hates the US, but what she really hates is tax avoidance.
Britain should become a “Singapore on steroids” economy with low taxes, low regulation and a renewed focus on trade with America after Brexit, according to Sir Martin Sorrell.
A post-Brexit deal should make it easier to build supermarkets, avoid tax and sue the UK, US business lobbyists say.
Billionaire said Britain would be 'perfectly successful' outside of the EU, but is now opting to leave.
Section 55 of the Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Act 2018 states that: "It shall be unlawful for Her Majesty’s Government to enter into arrangements under which Northern Ireland forms part of a separate customs territory to Great Britain."
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson was urged to rein in his tax-cutting plans amid warnings that a no-deal Brexit could blow a 100 billion-pound ($123 billion) hole in the public finances and lift government debt to its highest for half a century.
Boris Johnson, Britain's newly-crowned prime minister of the U.K., was born in New York City and only recently relinquished his American passport when the Internal Revenue Service chased him for unpaid taxes.
Some of the loudest voices in the debate – many of whom want the UK to be a tax haven – have their own offshore interests.
The EU has opposed brutal animal welfare and rampant tech monopolies. Post-Brexit Britain will be exposed to both.
After Trump security adviser John Bolton’s visit it’s clear the price of US backing will be paid both in trade and foreign policy.
Wales is not too poor to be an independent nation. The ex-first minister of Wales believes so anyway, though others are less sure. So, how would Wales fare economically if it had to go it alone in a post-Brexit world?