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HMRC needs freedom to settle tax claims to address case backlog, says expert

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) should be allowed to offer settlements to resolve existing disputes over alleged tax avoidance, an expert has said. 18 Nov 2014

Businesses could be 'left in limbo' if regulation of data protection becomes talking shop, warns expert

The ability of EU businesses to innovate could be dented if the data protection reforms include a bureaucratic framework where decisions on issues of enforcement are taken by committee, an expert has said. 17 Nov 2014

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FCA fines and bans senior Swinton management figures over sales culture failings

The former chief executive, finance director and marketing director at a UK insurance provider have been served with fines by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and banned from taking senior positions at other financial services companies in the future.... 10 Nov 2014

Move to introduce jail time as potential punishment for UK data protection breaches stalls

Another attempt to introduce jail sentences as a possible punishment to individuals who access or disclose personal data in breach of data protection rules has stalled in the UK parliament. 24 Oct 2014

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