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Gibraltar in the spotlight: the Rock in a hard place over Brexit, tax … and sewage

Gibraltar in the spotlight: the Rock in a hard place over Brexit, tax … and sewage
By Phil Hoad Fifty years since Gibraltar voted 99.64% to stay British, sovereignty is suddenly back on the agenda. But the Rock has problems beyond Brexit  With Brexit negotiations currently in a quagmire, those holding fast to the Rock of ...

Bank of England warns Brexit will put strain on regulatory resources

Bank of England warns Brexit will put strain on regulatory resources
By Jill Treanor City editor‘Material risk’ to regulatory arm’s objective of promoting financial stability as it deals with UK’s withdrawal from EUThe Bank of England has warned that the task of regulating the City after Brexit will put a strain on its ...

HSBC chief sounds alarm over financial regulation and Brexit

HSBC chief sounds alarm over financial regulation and Brexit
By Jill Treanor UK’s biggest bank reports big rise in profits to $10.2bn as outgoing chairman Douglas Flint calls for global regulation to keep markets safe The outgoing chairman of Britain’s biggest bank, HSBC, has called for an overhaul of financial crime ...

Aberdeen to be worst hit by Brexit but all British cities will suffer – report

Aberdeen to be worst hit by Brexit but all British cities will suffer – report
By Elle HuntAnalysis from the Centre for Cities thinktank finds urban areas are likely be hit hardest by the increased trade barriers under both hard and soft BrexitsNew research examining for the first time the potential impact of Brexit on cities and towns ...

Brexit boost as HMRC’s tax take hits £575bn

Brexit boost as HMRC’s tax take hits £575bn
By Pat Sweet Reporter, CCH Daily and AccountancyA surge in corporate tax receipts helped push HMRC’s total tax take to a £575bn high for the last 12 months to June 2017, up 6.86% on the previous year, according to analysis from Blick RothenbergThe firm ...

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