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Whitehall reformer Sir Andrew Likierman has turned his sights on the United
Nations and has recommended the body improve its governance procedures. We
brought him in to the Accountancy Age TV studios to tell us about the
steps he believes the UN should take and what he believes are his chances of
We also examine further steps being taken by the SEC that could see the
regulatory burden on UK companies increase again.
And we look at our revelations from last week that HMRC believes charity tax
schemes are now costing the exchequer as much as £100m – and that some may
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