To address the severe disruptions created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the EU will allow more time to comply with rules on cross-border information reporting and exchanges and VAT for e-commerce
Rishi Sunak plans to cut VAT, but when Labour chancellor Alistair Darling did the same after the financial crisis he was derided
BORIS Johnson has been warned that if he reneges on his election pledge to rule out raising personal taxes he will damage both the economy and public trust in his government
COVID-19 may well give rise to the mother of all economic crises. Fortunate, then, that economic crises are the father of investment migration programs
A special issue of UNCTAD's Investment Policy Monitor presents the latest developments in national and international investment policies in response to the coronavirus pandemic
The UK's 2020 Budget, released on March 11, 2020, includes proposals to waive business rates on small retailers, to introduce a new tax on plastics, and to remove value-added tax on electronic publications
The UK Government has announced that the expansion of the off-payroll working rules, known as IR35, will be delayed until April 2021, in light of the COVID-19 outbreak
The European Commission has taken the first step toward negotiating a new relationship with the UK by issuing a recommendation to the European Council that the talks should commence.
The latest PMI data on manufacturing and services output in the UK indicates that the economy rose at a quarterly rate of 0.2% in January.
On January 8, 2020, the UK Government released a policy paper setting out how the UK will temporarily adopt the "DAC 6" EU disclosure requirements on intermediaries that design or sell potentially harmful tax schemes.