9am Lowdown: Non-doms, Deep Purple and IRIS World

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Welcome to Tuesday everyone. Here’s today’s 9am Lowdown.

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In the news

UK Government coffers could shrink by £5bn if the rising numbers of non-doms thinking about leaving the UK permanently go through with it. (International Adviser)

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A partner at a St Albans chartered accountants is set to retire after 46 years with the firm. (Herts Advertiser)

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The long-serving accountant of rock legends Deep Purple has been disqualified after he siphoned off at least £2m of the band’s cash. (Daily Mail)

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A 51-year-old accountant who lost his family, job and home and ended up living on Cardiff's streets is backing a campaign to raise £75,000 to help Cardiff's homeless. (Wales Online)

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New on AccountingWEB

An investigation has revealed Big Four firm Deloitte had blue-chip clients’ usernames, passwords and personal details stolen in a cyberattack that apparently went unnoticed for months.

The ICAEW has been left considering its next steps after the lord chancellor and secretary of state for justice, David Lidington unexpectedly rejected the Institute's application to offer reserved legal services.

AccountingWEB regular blogger Norman Younger speculates on the state of UK politics.

And on the industry updates page, Jordans states that GDPR compliance is only half the story for organisations operating in the UK.

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