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The Wyman Debate

 
Louise Rippon 3 Temple Gardens Tax Chambers reports on the Wyman Debate on 15 May where the motion read 'This house believes that tax is not a moral issue — it's purely a matter of law'
 
The first Wyman Debate hosted by the Tax Faculty at the Chartered Accountants Hall took place this year on 15 May 2003 and was extremely well attended. The motion read 'This House believes that tax is not a moral issue — it's purely a matter of law'. Proposing the motion was Michael Sherry of 3 Temple Gardens Tax Chambers (Chartered Accountant Barrister and former Chairman of the Tax Faculty); seconding the motion was Robert Maas (Chartered Accountant and recently retired Chairman of the Tax Faculty Technical Committee). Speaking against the motion were David Hartnett...
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