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Jeremy Woolf (Pump Court Tax Chambers) answers questions on the continuing relevance of EU law on VAT interpretation after Brexit.
Non-VAT practitioners should have some VAT knowledge. Robert Plumbly (PEM) identifies some things non-VAT practitioners ought to know.
One step forward for Mr Gove with REULA 2023 and the same step back once the new draft legislation is enacted. Etienne Wong (Old Square Tax Chambers) reviews the government’s proposed bespoke approach for the interpretation of VAT.
Disadvantageous decision to rely on direct effect of EU law was not a VAT error 
Bryn Reynolds and Gary Barnett (Simmons & Simmons) examine the latest developments affecting VAT, including two CJEU decisions and a significant change to the Retained EU Law Bill.
Giles Salmond and Rebekka Sandwell (Eversheds Sutherland) consider the Supreme Court’s judgment in News Corp v HMRC.
An FFT decision on unallowable purpose and a Supreme Court ruling on an EU law challenge are among the developments examined by Mike Lane and Zoe Andrews (Slaughter and May).
Peter Halford and Mark Whitehouse (PwC) explore some of the main differences and reflect on their relevance to direct taxation.
Ashley Greenbank (Macfarlanes) explains the mechanism by which the Brexit legislation incorporates EU derived law into UK domestic law at the end of the transition period.

Simon Whitehead and Cristiana Bulbuc (Joseph Hage Aaronson) examine a recent European decision and its implications.