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The option to tax anti-avoidance rules have always been complex, but do they make the option to tax an endless roundabout or a one-way street? Chris Nyland (Gowling WLG) explores.
EU proposes extending the DAC 6 reporting deadlines by 12 weeks. 
Rhiannon Kinghall Were (Macfarlanes) reviews the tax pledges of the new government.
Hugh Gunson (Charles Russell Speechlys) explains where things stand.
1 December 2019 marks the start of the new European Commission led by incoming President Ursula von der Leyen. Jordan Serfati and Nikolaas Van Robbroeck (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) consider what's in store for tax policy.
A decade of tax decisions examined by Michael Conlon QC (Temple Tax Chambers).
Ami Jack (Smith & Williamson) sets out a guide to the main political parties’ tax proposals in the run-up to the general election.
The UK authorities seek a facilitator link in corporate criminal tax investigations.
Heather Self (Blick Rothenberg) examines John McDonnell’s pledge to reduce avoidance.
Andrew Goldstone and Alexander Makinson (Mishcon de Reya) review the latest tax developments affecting private clients.