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In Their Lordships' House

John Whiting tax partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers and a past President of the CIOT takes us through the process of giving evidence to the new House of Lords Committee on the Finance Bill
In April I received a letter from the House of Lords. Needless to say I opened it enthusiastically fantasising about their writing round about vacancies. My disappointment was only momentary — the invitation to make a submission to their prospective Select Committee review of the Finance Bill was adequate compensation (just this once!) for not being invited to join their club.
It was clear from the letter that the Lords Committee was taking a tentative step in the direction of reviewing the Finance Bill. The review would have to be limited to the administrative and management aspects...

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