Monthly Archives: October 2015

Starbucks, the Commission and the case of the ‘Missing Bean’

Yesterday evening, I sat down in the ‘Missing Bean’ café on Turl Street in Oxford to drink my customary flat white (despicable right?!) and read about the Fiat and Starbucks Commission decisions. The ‘house roast’ coffee beans at the ‘Bean’ … Continue reading

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Bringing Mansworth v Jelley back to life

Listed for hearing before Mrs Justice Philippa Whipple (appointed on the 1st of October) in the High Court today is the case of R (Hely Hutchinson) v HMRC. The case revolves around the controversial Mansworth v Jelley claims. Background The … Continue reading

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