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1/Staggering conflicts of interest by the man chasing self employed doctors off of our wards and even out of the country @MelJStride MP by presiding over the forced false employment without rights of the genuinely self employed #IR35 ...& the loan charge architect @DevonLiveNews
2/this follows the previous revelation that @MelJStride, who heads up @HMRCgovuk, was making more than his ministerial salary doing PR for high profile corporate tax avoider Amazon. Furthermore he did not declare this conflict of interest to parliament.

mirror.co.uk/news/politics/…
3/This MP's loan charge policies are reportedly driving taxpayers to suicide because they undermine the #RuleOfLaw by changing the rules retrospectively. Something which was predicted but continued regardless. Eg a rather prominent warning by @IHPA_UK

standard.co.uk/business/suici…
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Good morning! 👋🏽

I know it’s Saturday, and you’ve been waiting to read the #GPcontract documents so here are all the link you need, in one easy thread.

Our next @NHSEngland #primarycarenetworks #twitter chat will take you through the documents on Tuesday 9th April, 8pm...
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.@ATAFtax launches 2018 African Tax Outlook. #ATAFNexus2018
Average #tax to GDP ratio for #Africa was 16.2% in 2016 compared to the 34.3% @OECD average and 22.8% in Latin America.
#VAT was the highest contributor to #tax revenue in all countries. Personal income tax came second (lower in ECOWAS at 13% compared to 23% in SADC and EAC).
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I did a quick explainer for @prospect_uk on how #Brexit may affect #VAT, both domestically and in relation to EU-UK trade. Quick thread on some of the key points: prospectmagazine.co.uk/economics-and-…
1/ The UK, like all other EU member states, currently is part of the common EU VAT area. While the EU does not prescribe exact VAT rates, it put in place certain guidelines, e.g. a minimum standard rate of 15%, or limits on granting of reduced rates and exemptions.
2/ Leaving the EU presumably means leaving its VAT area (Monaco currently only non-EU state that is a member). This would have a range of serious implications, both positive and negative.

(Though some trade experts expect EU would offer UK continued membership, if asked.)
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