TaxCorporate TaxColin: French not cock-a-hoop with finance bill

Colin: French not cock-a-hoop with finance bill

Colin's funny bone was tickled at the news of a French tax U-turn

Colin: French not cock-a-hoop with finance bill

France's Finance Bill embarrassment

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