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Giles Salmond (Stewarts) assesses the likely impact of Advocate General Kokott’s opinion in the Dutch pension fund cases.
Jeremy Woolf (Pump Court Tax Chambers) answers questions on the continuing relevance of EU law on VAT interpretation after Brexit.
The sky’s the limit for changes to UK VAT since Brexit broke the EU VAT shackles, writes Rebecca Porter (The VAT Team). Are radical changes needed?
The government has announced the repeal of the 1.5% stamp tax charge on issuances and certain transfers, with effect from 1 January 2024. David Wilson and Jack Jones (Cooley) review the proposed implementation measures which are currently open for consultation.
With the litigation on UK exit charges seemingly set to continue, Ben Elliott (Pump Court Tax Chambers) examines the impact of a recent CJEU decision.
Peter Halford and Mark Whitehouse (PwC) explore some of the main differences and reflect on their relevance to direct taxation.
Card image Jenni Bullivant, Creina Kane, Aaron Mehta
Jenni Bullivant, Creina Kane and Aaron Mehta (PwC) reflect on the host of international tax issues and complexities associated with international holding structures as a consequence of the continually changing external landscape. 
This month’s guide to the VAT developments that matter, by Bryn Reynolds and Gary Barnett (Simmons & Simmons).
Recent developments that matter from around the globe, reported by Tim Sarson (KPMG).
Two recent decisions have sought to clarify the extent to which the EU freedom of establishment and of the movement of capital were restricted in light of various UK legislative provisions dealing with cross-border transactions and/or operations, as Dominic Stuttaford and Greg Branagan (Norton Rose Fulbright) explain.