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David Cameron finds himself under huge pressure in Brussels

A slap in the face: EU hits Cameron with shock £1.7bn bill

Out of nowhere the European Union has produced an eye-watering demand for £1.7 billion, payable on December 1st please. It's a minor catastrophe for David Cameron.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Tax professionals welcome proposal for European Taxpayer Code

    The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has given its backing to plans for a European Taxpayer Code to set out common tax principles and taxpayer rights and obligations, which EU member states would be encouraged to adopt. However the CIOT has reservations with the proposals for an EU-wide system of identification numbers for taxpayers.

  • UK failure to comply with EU law bad for British taxpayers, say tax experts

    Tax experts from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) have warned that UK tax law appears not to be compliant with EU law in a number of areas.

  • BMF: The EU and Motorcycling – Home Truths

    Responding to an increasing number of enquiries over the forthcoming EU Type Approval regulations, the BMF have produced a comprehensive briefing document outlining the current position, explaining the EU process of government, detailing the measures under discussion and by listing a Reality Check, dispelling a few myths over what will and will not reach our home shores.

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