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Gothic Setting for Two Days of Tax

Robin Williamson reports on the 2006 Tax Faculty Residential Conference held on 30 June and 1 July
The late Gothic splendour of the Royal Holloway College in Surrey was the backdrop for this year's annual residential Tax Faculty conference ably chaired on the first day by Francesca Lagerberg the current chairman of the Tax Faculty and on the second day by Paul Aplin — next year's chairman.
Finance Bill and trusts
Proceedings began at 9.30 am on Friday 30 June with Robert Jamieson's erudite discussion of the Finance Bill backed up by his characteristically comprehensive notes. He concentrated on the new provisions on trusts explaining their origin in the Chancellor's belief that inheritance...

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