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31 October - Hannah Gidney

A recent Homes & Property article focused on why Oxford is a prime choice for buyers leaving London. Having grown up in the area, it is easy to take our... Read More

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31 October - Keith Lancaster

On Monday 29th October the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, presented the Autumn Budget. The general theme of the Budget was an end to austerity and an increase in public spending although this... Read More

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31 October - Charlotte Marshall

This article first appeared in Personnel Today on 29 October 2018, please click here to read the full article. Protecting trade secrets and confidential information is crucial. What steps can employers take... Read More

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30 October - John Shallcross

This year’s Budget has been less dramatic for Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) than some recent Budgets, but there are still changes and announcements of interest. Higher rates of SDLT... Read More

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30 October - Simon Stokes

"From a tech perspective the budget takes with one hand and gives with the other" says commercial partner Simon Stokes. "The 2% digital services tax on large established digital services... Read More

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30 October - Simon Stokes

Artist's resale right is a controversial IP right of European origin and gives visual artists a royalty each time their work is sold by a gallery or auction house after... Read More

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29 October - Bruce Potter

For a Budget that wasn’t expected to rock the boat until we reach the safe harbour of a Brexit deal, the Chancellor made more waves today than many were expecting.... Read More

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29 October - Rhiannon Jenkins

This article first appeared in HR Magazine on 26 October 2018, click here to read the full article.   When either providing or asking for a reference it's important to consider the key... Read More

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29 October - Cathrine Bryant

Chancellor Hammond has made a pre-emptive move in order to impose a tax on the UK generated revenues of tech giants, explains legal director Cathy Bryant. Called the UK Digital... Read More

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29 October - Cathrine Bryant

Following consultation over the summer, the Chancellor has announced the extension of the IR35 off-payroll rules to the private sector. Commenting on the announcement, legal director Cathy Bryant, said: "The... Read More

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29 October - Bruce Potter

"The Chancellor had tried to signal he is listening to the pressures that austerity has placed on public services by a combination of reheated  old news on Health, mixed with... Read More

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26 October - Jennifer Williamson

It has long been a problem that some non-resident parents avoid paying the correct and fair amount of child maintenance, by arranging their financial affairs in a certain way. A... Read More