Monthly Archives: June 2015

Philip Baker and his “controversial” remark about corporate tax policy…

I like that tax is headline-grabbing these days: if for nothing else, people are much less apprehensive now when I tell them I’m doing a PhD on tax law! On Sunday, Simon Bowers reported in the Guardian on the OUCBT … Continue reading

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Two disclosures and a hypothesis: My troubles with Labour

Disclosure seems to be the call of the day, so I’ll begin this blog with a disclosure. I am now a card-carrying member of the Fabian Society. My previously placid, politically neutral self was shocked into action by the revelation … Continue reading

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