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  • Zoe Andrews and Jeanette Zaman (Slaughter & May) – Tax and the City briefing for June
  • Fiona Bantock and Lee Squires (Hogan Lovells) – The monthly guide to the VAT developments that matter
  • Colin Ben-Nathan (KPMG) - Time for a different approach on employer’s NIC?
  • Charlotte Brown (Northgate Tax Chambers) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Adam Carvalho (Farrer & Co) – Ask an expert: When can you rectify trustee mistakes?
  • Rory Cochrane (Devereux Chambers)- Jazztel: restitution and retrospectivity
  • Paul Davison and Calum Young (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) -  Reeves and CGT holdover relief: better off alone?
  • Jemma Dick and  Dan Neidle (Clifford Chance) - The BEPS multilateral convention: who loves SLOBs?
  • Katie Doyle and Andrew Goldstone (Mishcon de Reya) - The latest developments that matter in the private client arena
  • Peter Dylewski and Karen Killington (KPMG) - VAT deduction and non-economic activities: art or science?
  • Graham Elliott (City and Cambridge Consultancy) – Is contract bridge a sport?
  • Lee Ellis (Stewarts Law) - Ingenious Games: whether deductions are capital or revenue in nature?
  • Paul Farmer and Peter Stewart (Joseph Hage Aaronson) - AG opinion in Mercedes-Benz: VAT on leasing contracts with option to purchase
  • Andy Gott (RSM)  -  Ask an expert: VAT and insurance claims handling services
  • Ashley Greenbank (Macfarlanes) - UK tax policy: whatever next?
  • Nick Gurteen and Mario Petriccione (KPMG) - The diverted profits tax: two years on
  • Andrew Hubbard (LexisNexis) – The Big read: Discovery
  • Adam Kefford and Stuart Rogers (PKF Francis Clark) -  Ask an expert: Permanent establishment risk: working from home
  • Nicole Kostic (RPC) - Deficiencies in invoices may not prevent VAT recovery
  • Tim Law ( Engaged Consulting) - MEPs vote for public CBCR
  • Timothy Lyons QC (39 Essex Chambers) - Berlioz: challenges to information orders – fair or fantastic?
  • Jane MacKay (Crowe Clark Whitehill) - Licensing a software management tool
  • Jolyon Maugham QC (The Good Law Project) - Why I’m challenging Uber
  • Rosamond McDowell (Payne Hicks Beach) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Helen Miller (Institute for Fiscal Studies) – Tax in the manifestos
  • Sam Mitha CBE (formerly of HMRC’s Central Tax Policy Group) - A heretical view of tax simplification
  • Paul Morton (Office of Tax Simplification) – Future plans of the OTS
  • Dan Neidle (Clifford Chance) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Ceinwen Rees and Richard Ward (Debevoise & Plimpton) – Ask an expert: How the anti-hybrids rules apply to private equity fund structures
  • Justine Riccomini (ICAS) – The role and remit of Scotland’s Finance and Constitution Committee
  • Tina Riches (Smith & Williamson) - Party political tax proposals
  • Giles Salmond (Eversheds Sutherland) - Littlewoods: the compound interest saga continues
  • Tim Sarson (KPMG) - The international tax update for June
  • David Smith (The Sunday Times) – An election campaign with a lot to say about tax
  • Philip Spencer (BDO) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Peter Vaines (Field Court tax Chambers) - Kaczmarczyk: penalties for failure to file return
  • Mark Whitehouse (PwC Legal) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Etienne Wong (Old Square Tax Chambers) - The CPP principle: lessons from Brockenhurst and Colaingrove

Forthcoming Tax Journal coverage includes reviews of the Summer Finance Bill, the forthcoming Supreme Court judgment in the Rangers case, the EC proposals on reporting of cross-border tax planning and the international aspects of Brexit. Topics for future articles are always welcome. Email the editor

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