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This morning’s ECJ judgement that the UK’s legal challenge against a proposed Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) is premature was what many had expected. The UK had challenged the decision to authorise the use of so-called ‘enhanced cooperation’ (…

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In less than a month’s time voters across the EU (that is those who decide to vote) will head to the polls to elect the new European Parliament. Ahead of the elections there has been a lot of speculation about the surge in support for a range of p…

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There has been an important development brewing in the UK’s flagship case against the EU’s proposed Financial Transaction Tax (FTT). We’ve known for some time that the European Court of Justice (ECJ) will take a shortened proceeding and rule on …

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