Posts Tagged ‘Taxation’

Political Briefing #55/2016

“Of course, the UK economy is affected by what happens elsewhere in the European Union. But it’s likely this would still be the case if Britain decides to exit. The only difference in this scenari...

Political Briefing #35/2016

“If it turns out no tax has been paid on the transactions [to offshore entities], we have our instruments to collect what is owed (...) To me, the use of offshore companies shows you want to run awa...

Political Briefing #8/2016

“The settlement proposed by president Tusk recognises that not all member states participate in all areas of the EU policy. The UK benefits from more protocols and opt-outs than any other member sta...

Political Briefing #45/2016

“You’re not a leftist. You’re an opportunist who will do everything to stay in power”. (Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Leader of Greece’s New Democracy Party (to Alexis Tsipras) )...

Political Briefing #28/2016

"The threat in the UK does not come primarily from Belgians, Germans or Spaniards but from Britons. It is difficult to see how having “greater control over immigration from the EU” will help the ...

Political Briefing #6/2016

“An acceleration of developments surrounding the EU referendum and increased news coverage has brought the UK’s EU referendum into the market’s focus. GBP is no longer trading largely on expecta...

Special Briefing – Brexit #3

A new variable may play a role in the EU Referendum in UK. UK expats are bringing a legal challenge before the High Court against the government’s decision to exclude UK citizens who have lived outs...

Political Briefing #9/2016

“I'm afraid that the European Union is gradually, slowly weakening, and that instead of a united Europe you'll get many different Europes, going at different speeds that will weaken the West and par...