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Anthony Inglese CB talks to David Milne KC about life at the Tax Bar and beyond.
Laura Poots (Pump Court Tax Chambers) shares some tips for minimising last minute procedural issues and also reports some positive developments in diversity at the Bar.
The Supreme Court does strive to find a workable and straightforward interpretation of the law, writes Constantine Christofi (EY).
Giles Salmond and Rebekka Sandwell (Eversheds Sutherland) consider the Supreme Court’s judgment in News Corp v HMRC.
The Upper Tribunal decisions in Altrad Services, BlackRock and Euromoney are 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.
Card image Ben Webster, James Drake-Linney, Leyla Garahan
Ben Webster, James Drake-Linney and Leyla Garahan (Macfarlanes) consider the change in approach to limitation periods for overpayment claims and the practical issues that claimants are now likely to encounter.
A decade of tax decisions examined by Michael Conlon QC (Temple Tax Chambers).

Can the lawfulness of the prime minister’s advice to the Queen be challenged in the courts? Michael Conlon QC (Temple Tax Chambers) reviews the Supreme Court's ground-breaking judgment.

Prior payment of the tax is required for VAT appeals (barring hardship). Etienne Wong (Old Square Tax Chambers) examines Totel, the case on whether this is lawful.