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The taxation of private equity executives has become highly politically contentious as we head into the next election. An Opposition policy costing document released in February this year ( shows that the Labour Party plans to tax the...
Rebecca Sheldon (Old Square Tax Chambers) considers the proposals from the Conservative Party that give a broad indication as to how the new regime is intended to operate, and what might be expected if the Labour Party wins the General Election.
With an estimated tax gap of some £36bn, Labour does seem to be taking enforcement seriously, writes Ross Birkbeck (Old Square Tax Chambers).
It cannot be ruled out that Labour’s current policy will not change, writes Philip Simpson KC (Old Square Tax Chambers).
Is Labour’s diagnosis of the tax gap accurate and has the party misjudged its non-dom proposals, asks James Quarmby (Stephenson Harwood).
The three main political parties offer voters starkly different choices on tax, writes Stuart Adam of the IFS.
In our continuing series, Heather Self examines the tax headlines in the national media. This week, the Labour party’s proposed tax raid on the tech companies.
Heather Self (Blick Rothenberg) examines John McDonnell’s pledge to reduce avoidance.
Dan Neidle and Nicola Hemsley (Clifford Chance) explain how these might operate and consider the anomalies and potential solutions.

The Labour Party is considering including in its manifesto proposals to extend UK stamp taxes to a wide range of financial instruments.