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Chancellor’s mini-Budget - what are the key points from a people and reward perspective?

United Kingdom - September 23 2022 The newly appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kwasi Kwarteng, has today announced a series of Government measures in his mini-Budget. These…

Alice Greenwell, Holly Insley, Laura McDaniel, Amy Rentell

What’s the impact of the proposed restrictions to the UK sovereign immunity tax exemption?

United Kingdom - August 10 2022 The UK government recently published an unexpected consultation setting out proposals to both legislate and reform the existing UK sovereign immunity…

Alison Dickie

Tax matters: what is the impact of the proposed restrictions to the UK sovereign immunity tax exemption?

United Kingdom - August 5 2022 The UK government recently published an unexpected consultation setting out proposals to reform the existing UK sovereign immunity exemption from…

Charlotte Anderson, Helen Buchanan, Joshua Critchlow

Life sciences - what to expect in 2022

European Union, United Kingdom - January 24 2022 Innovation and transformation are the watchwords for life sciences in 2022. Digitization and personalization trends are set to continue (with AI…

Jennifer Bethlehem, Adam Golden, Harriet Hanks, Jenny Leahy, Laura Whiting

Taxing the digitalised economy - is 2021 the year for major global tax reform?

Global, USA - March 16 2021 In recent times, no other tax policy issue has been as broadly and intensely discussed, and has so many stakeholders and variables, as the OECD’s…

Alison Dickie, Katharina Kubik