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Old 11-11-2019, 22:22   #1891
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The quote is about what the UK already had in place BEFORE the EU directive.
Still waiting for concrete examples of differences and loopholes that are there currently and will exist after the directive is implemented as of 1st Jan 2020.The bill as a whole is 7 pages long.


EgMassive detailed changes required.
You are the one who keeps linking to the article that says “primarily”. Earlier you claimed it was solely of an administrative nature which is clearly not true - otherwise it would have said that and left no doubt over the matter.
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Old 11-11-2019, 22:31   #1892
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You are the one who keeps linking to the article that says “primarily”. Earlier you claimed it was solely of an administrative nature which is clearly not true - otherwise it would have said that and left no doubt over the matter.
It's still ALL TRUE about what the UK already has in place, BEFORE any directive comes into force. Your contention is that there are loopholes and still will be after the directive is implemented.

Still absolutely no examples of material differences and loopholes.
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Old 11-11-2019, 23:10   #1893
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In practice, this aims to tackle large companies shifting profits from the EU country in which they were made to a country with a lower tax rate or “preferential” rules. This could be another EU country, or a non-EU country.

So these policies are about tightening up “systemic issues” to do with tax law in EU countries, to make it harder for companies to practice what the EU calls “aggressive tax planning”.

Most of these policies are already in place

Three of the five provisions of the new tax avoidance directive are already in place, with EU countries (including the UK) having to adopt them by 31 December 2018.

HMRC told us that the new EU rules on interest restriction and the general anti-abuse rule led to no changes in the UK, because the UK’s existing rules already met or exceeded the minimum standards set.

There were some minor changes made to controlled foreign companies rules, but none were expected to have any significant impact on individuals or the economy.

The two EU provisions not yet in place are on exit tax and hybrid mismatches. The UK must meet the EU’s new standards on these by the start of 2020.

HMRC told us the exit tax rules would lead to two “minor” changes.
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Old 14-11-2019, 19:24   #1894
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BREAKING: EU to bring Legal case against UK over failure to name new EU Commissioner...

https://news.sky.com/story/eu-legal-...ioner-11861369

Oh you cretinous and corrupt fools, just chuck us out, we the 17.4 Million of us, won't care.
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Old 14-11-2019, 19:27   #1895
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BREAKING: EU to bring Legal case against UK over failure to name new EU Commissioner...

https://news.sky.com/story/eu-legal-...ioner-11861369

Oh you cretinous and corrupt fools, just chuck us out, we the 17.4 Million of us, won't care.
Surely that would be up to the next government to choose after the election.
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Old 14-11-2019, 19:32   #1896
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BREAKING: EU to bring Legal case against UK over failure to name new EU Commissioner...

https://news.sky.com/story/eu-legal-...ioner-11861369

Oh you cretinous and corrupt fools, just chuck us out, we the 17.4 Million of us, won't care.
I've said it before. We should nominate Nigel Farage, which should ensure that they don't grant us any more extensions.
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Old 14-11-2019, 19:43   #1897
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Surely that would be up to the next government to choose after the election.
The Johnson government had apparently said it was unable to, under UK law to nominate a new EU Commissioner because the UK was in the lead-up to general election but let's not forget, one of the main reasons for wanting to leave this rat invested corrupt EU entity, is that the European Commission has repeatedly pointed out that EU law trumps domestic law of their Member States.
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Old 14-11-2019, 21:15   #1898
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I've said it before. We should nominate Nigel Farage, which should ensure that they don't grant us any more extensions.
or we could appoint Jeremy Clarkson, seeing as he never did get the PM job
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Old 14-11-2019, 21:38   #1899
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The Johnson government had apparently said it was unable to, under UK law to nominate a new EU Commissioner because the UK was in the lead-up to general election but let's not forget, one of the main reasons for wanting to leave this rat invested corrupt EU entity, is that the European Commission has repeatedly pointed out that EU law trumps domestic law of their Member States.
Not in every aspect of UK law, and certainly not (yet) anything to do with national or local elections.
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I've said it before. We should nominate Nigel Farage, which should ensure that they don't grant us any more extensions.
They would give us unlimited extensions just to see the look on his face!
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I've said it before. We should nominate Nigel Farage, which should ensure that they don't grant us any more extensions.
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They would give us unlimited extensions just to see the look on his face!
It’s OK - he wouldn’t turn up to the meetings, just claim his salary and expenses...
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Old 15-11-2019, 13:13   #1902
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BREAKING: EU to bring Legal case against UK over failure to name new EU Commissioner...

https://news.sky.com/story/eu-legal-...ioner-11861369

Oh you cretinous and corrupt fools, just chuck us out, we the 17.4 Million of us, won't care.
Let's get ourselves chucked out for failing to comply with an international agreements requirements. Then we can set up new international agreements that we will 100% comply with (we promise)
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Let's get ourselves chucked out for failing to comply with an international agreements requirements. Then we can set up new international agreements that we will 100% comply with (we promise)
We're not out yet, but I understand we aren't allowed to attend certain meetings and discussions . . they started it
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We're not out yet, but I understand we aren't allowed to attend certain meetings and discussions . . they started it
Err no, we started it !
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Let's get ourselves chucked out for failing to comply with an international agreements requirements. Then we can set up new international agreements that we will 100% comply with (we promise)
You mean like the EU treaty that specifies that Article 50 and the WA is to be a transitional agreement and therefore can't include anything like the backstop? And allegedly against WTO rules. To begin with, NI becomes a different customs territory as it will have different customs rules and tariffs.
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Fifteen countries, including the US, India and New Zealand, have been setting out Brexit concerns at a World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting in Geneva.
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Brazil has raised another concern about the plans for customs procedures between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.
Brazilian officials said it could violate the WTO's rules against discrimination.
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