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HMRC considering loosening data sharing restrictions on "non-identifying" taxpayer data

UK tax authorities are considering proposals that would allow them to share non-identifying data about taxpayers with companies and public sector bodies where this would deliver public benefits. 23 Apr 2014

Tougher penalties for disqualified directors proposed as part of UK government plans to increase corporate 'transparency and trust'

Company directors convicted of offences overseas could be banned from serving on the boards of UK companies, while courts could also be given the power to force disqualified directors to pay compensation to those who have lost money as a result of their actions,... 22 Apr 2014

Starbucks UK head office move makes "good business sense", though impact on tax bills will be small says expert

The announcement by coffee chain Starbucks that it will move its European head office from Amsterdam to London makes "good business sense" for the international firm, but will not make a huge difference to the amount of tax that it pays, an expert has said.... 17 Apr 2014

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