Lord Lawson has hit the nail on the head with Europe. I was thinking how 10 years ago I was sprouting forth that the EU was not good for us and we mustn't join the Euro .
The government has provoked a fresh row with Brussels by launching legal proceedings against a €35bn Financial Transaction Tax (FTT), or ‘Tobin tax’, agreed by 11
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has committed to dealing with the issue of base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) in a
HMRC is consulting on proposals to amend two anti-avoidance tax law provisions to ensure that UK legislation is compatible with EU law.
When it comes to using the cloud there is big interest in Europe. However, it’s still not as popular as it is in the US, in fact, it’s set to lag behind by at least two years.
Surprise, surprise . A Populus survey for The Times shows 80% of people want a referendum on our relationship with Europe.
The European Union’s financial and economic affairs council agreed a new directive on Tuesday 21 February that allows member states to exempt very small companies from accounting and financial repo
The European Union has put forward a range of softer than expected proposals to inject more competition into the Big Four-dominated audit market.
The head of the UK's financial reporting watchdog warned that European Commission proposals to introduce mandatory joint audits and rotation of auditors risk “damaging” audit and making it more exp
European Commission proposals to reform the audit market have split the profession, where the Big Four and the accountancy establishment appear to isolated from rank and file accountants.