9am Lowdown: HMRC, Brexit and Irish international tax

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Happy Friday everyone and welcome to the lowdown.

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The Irish government is seeking feedback from businesses and practitioners on plans to update its international tax strategy. (Bloomberg BNA)


The UK tax collector has paid out nearly £2m for information about tax evasion since 2013. In 2006/17, HMRC has paid £421,460 to informants. (Business Insider)


EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier has warned of a “disturbing deadlock” over the UK’s Brexit bill. (The Guardian)


HMRC has taken over 75 scam websites since January this year, preventing more than one million visits to these sites. (Public Technology)


Conservative minister accused of reviving the possibility of 'dementia tax' reforms by saying taxpayer should not ‘prop up’ people with care needs. (Independent)


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