Profile: Lord Clement-Jones, liberal democrat treasurer

Politics Profile: Lord Clement-Jones, liberal democrat treasurer

16y Penny Suhkraj

Profile: Lord Clement-Jones, liberal democrat trea...

As liberal democrat treasurer, Lord Clement-Jones has to ensure the party's funding is squeaky-clean. He talks to our reporter about his life in poli...

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Little Chef enters administration then sold

Business Recovery Little Chef enters administration then sold

16y Kevin Reed, Writer

Little Chef enters administration then sold

Little Chef sold in pre-pack deal by administrators Read More...

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Treasury to fight EU assault tooth and nail

Corporate Tax Treasury to fight EU assault tooth and nail

16y Nicholas Neveling, Writer

Treasury to fight EU assault tooth and nail

An unprecedented number of tax cases are expected to work their way for the European Court in 2007, according to tax experts Read More...

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Law firm broadens lawsuit against HMRC

Corporate Tax Law firm broadens lawsuit against HMRC

16y AccountancyAge.com

Law firm broadens lawsuit against HMRC

Group Litigation Order to challenge for damages and withheld VAT Read More...

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Treasury evades costly tax questions

Administration Treasury evades costly tax questions

16y Alex Hawkes, Reporter

Treasury evades costly tax questions

Avoiding the question: the Treasury's keeping quiet Read More...

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Bond House claimants launch group action

Corporate Tax Bond House claimants launch group action

16y Alex Hawkes, Reporter

Bond House claimants launch group action

High Court gives preliminary ruling in favour of a group action Read More...

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Insider Business Club: the stories so far

Accounting Firms Insider Business Club: the stories so far

16y Accountancy Age, Reporters

Insider Business Club: the stories so far

From the IASB's mistakes and the chancellor's stance on corporation tax, to tackling NHS performance levels, the Insider Business Club webcasts have ...

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New crime agency is armed to the teeth

Corporate Governance New crime agency is armed to the teeth

16y Alex Hawkes, Reporter

New crime agency is armed to the teeth

The fraud-busting powers of SOCA could have major consequences for the profession Read More...

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Post-Budget report

Administration Post-Budget report

16y transcript

Post-Budget report

Our experts analyse the impact of chancellor Gordon Brown's tenth budget Read More...

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Same old recipe

Corporate Tax Same old recipe

16y Hartley Foster

Same old recipe

The crackdown on tax avoidance continues in Brown's tenth budget Read More...

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Budget webcast with the Insider Business Club

Corporate Tax Budget webcast with the Insider Business Club

16y AccountancyAge.com

Budget webcast with the Insider Business Club

Put questions to our experts as Accountancy Age's Insider Business Club analyses the Budget speech and documents in detail Read More...

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The company law reform bill - what next?

More News The company law reform bill - what next?

17y Patricia Peter & Janet Legrand

The company law reform bill - what next?

The company law reform bill falls short of the mark, argues Patricia Peter, but the changes could be a powerful weapon for shareholders, says Janet L...

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Offshore credit cards under investigation

Administration Offshore credit cards under investigation

17y AccountancyAge.com

Offshore credit cards under investigation

Government demands credit records in latest tax evasion clampdown Read More...

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Tied in knots

Company News Tied in knots

18y Paul Grant, Writer

Tied in knots

With one in three executives expecting to be subject to a formal enquiry, has regulation gone too far? Read More...

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Getting back in the saddle

Company News Getting back in the saddle

18y Nicholas Neveling, Writer

Getting back in the saddle

Financial scandal may seem like the end of the line for an FD but there is a way back. Read More...

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The corridors of power

Company News The corridors of power

18y Jon Ashworth

The corridors of power

I did a double-take recently on hearing that DLA, the UK law firm, was to merge with Piper Rudnick of the US to form the world's second biggest law fi...

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Company cars - Take a back seat

Personal Tax Company cars - Take a back seat

25y John Stokdyk

Company cars - Take a back seat

It makes a lot of sense to change to outsourcing and save the trouble and cost of running your own fleet, says Arthur Piper. Read More...

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