Monthly Archives: November 2015

A few quick thoughts on the Chancellor’s statement

As with last year, there is likely to be much written on the blogosphere and in newspapers over the next few days dissecting George Osborne’s Autumn Statement. Rather than attempting to extensively cover it, I just seek here to tease … Continue reading

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Tax and State Aid: an unsustainable framework

On Friday 20 November, the Tax Law and Policy Discussion Group at Oxford had the privilege of hosting Conor Quigley QC for a talk entitled ‘Tax and State Aid Law: Recent Experiences’. Conor is the foremost expert on State Aid … Continue reading

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