Monthly Archives: May 2013

Margaret Hodge to be grilled by House of Lords committee?

Now, this could be very interesting: Margaret Hodge has been summoned to appear before the Economic Affairs Committee.  

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Science, morality, tax and a monkey with a gun

This post is a bit weird, so you should know two things before you read it: I’ve already written this post once but WordPress ate it. It was already weird and probably will only have got more so in the … Continue reading

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Tax policy should be more taxotaxis than whack-a-mole

Any simile is flawed if you want to be pedantic enough. So it was with the heart of a pedant I read the following article from the New Statesman:¬†Why any tax avoidance “clampdown” is a ridiculous game of whack-a-mole But, … Continue reading

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