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Queen Elizabeth II: a Moderniser Who Steered the British Monarchy Into the 21st Century

By Sean Lang When the late historian Sir Ben Pimlott embarked on his 1996 biography, his colleagues expressed surprise that he should consider Queen Elizabeth II...

Regulating Cryptoassets: Overview of the UK Regime

By Effie Stathaki This article discusses the application of the UK financial services regulatory regime to cryptoassets and outlines the main UK policy developments. It...
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Five Ways the Internet Era has Changed British English – New Research

By Vaclav Brezina The dramatic changes in technology over the past 20 or so years, from the internet to the smartphone and digital assistants like...

New Research Unveils the Astonishing Estimated Cost of Fraud in the UK

As a nation, the UK suffers immensely from fraudsters tricking us out of hard-earned cash. These criminals are constantly revisiting their tactics and abusing...

Following in the tax footsteps of the Americans

By Eddie Bines We’ve come to expect talk about reforming tax policies when we read the news. However, in more recent times there’s been a...

The UK’s new autonomous sanctions regime: What HNWIs should know

By Dr Anna Bradshaw, Partner, and Alistair Jones, Associate, at Peters & Peters Solicitors LLP   When the Brexit transition period expired at 11pm on...
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Is this the end of trickle-down economics?

By Graham Vanbergen The global pandemic has changed everything, highlighting the failures of economic policy that has dominated the Western world for the last 50...
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Data Transfers After Brexit

By James Castro-Edwards The departure of the United Kingdom from the EU at end of the transition period on 1st January 2021 has resulted in...
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Foreign direct investment – trends and developments in France, Germany and the United Kingdom

By Kurt Ma, Christian Sauer and Tonio Sadoni at global law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Introduction 2020 was a trying year for dealmakers and cross-border...
Brexit and the workers

The Government has cancelled its review of workers’ rights – what does this mean...

By Pia Sanchez On 14 January 2021, barely 2 weeks after the UK and the EU signed the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) that covers...

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