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Coronavirus and relevant tax cases

This is one of the earliest tax cases I read at university, any others that are relevant?

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RUTLEDGE V. THE COMMISSIONERS OF INLAND REVENUE COURT OF SESSION, SCOTLAND (FIRST DIVISION) 14 Tax Cas 490, (1929) Sc 379 HEARING-DATES: 8 MARCH 1929 8 MARCH 1929

I recall reading this case long before I went into accountancy, way back  in 1982/83 I took an extra 1/2 course at Edinburgh University , Revenue Law within the Law Faculty, as my father at the time was badgering me to become a solicitor. For some reason this case stuck in my head (most tax cases have long departed).

What other cases can anyone come up with that are relevant/topical re the current crisis?

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