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Anita Clifford quoted on golden visas and source of funds
The UK Home Office has recently announced a review of all Tier 1 investor visas granted before it made reforms in 2015 and 2019.
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Jonathan Fisher QC in The Times on HMRC power overreach
In a landmark ruling, a taxpayer has won an appeal brought by HMRC. HMRC had sought to impose liability for high-income child benefit and had issued him with discovery assessments in an effort to recover the tax.
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BLL in the news — June 2021
An overview of our press this month.
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Anita Clifford comments on European Banks and US Sanctions for Thomson Reuters
Following the recent publishing of an Opinion by Gerard Hogan, Advocate General, of the European Court of Justice on European banks and the potential breach of...
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Rachel Clark Barrister
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Rachel Clark published in Taxation on Supreme Court’s decision in Tooth
On 15 June 2021, Rachel Clark's article 'Tooth decision is a triumph for common sense' was published in Taxation.
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Anita Clifford Bright Line Law
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Anita Clifford published in STEP Journal on illicit wealth
Anita Clifford has been published in Issue 3 of STEP Journal 2021, the thirtieth anniversary print issue on illicit wealth in the United Kingdom.
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Jonathan Fisher QC
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Jonathan Fisher QC featured on Taxing Matters podcast
As a guest of RPC’s Taxing Matters podcast, Jonathan Fisher QC joined Alice Kemp of RPC to discuss search warrants executed by HMRC and how to challenge them by way of judicial review.
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Quarterly Matters issue three
We are delighted to release the third issue of Quarterly Matters...
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BLL in the news — May 2021
An overview of our press this month.
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Recent Cases
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Anita Clifford speaks to Thomson Reuters about SFO launch of GFG investigation
On 17 May 2021, Anita Clifford was quoted by Thomson Reuters in its publication ‘Regulatory Intelligence' on the announcement that the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has commenced investigating...
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