The Guardian view on taxing tech: needed and fair | Editorial

If data is the new oil, the state must assert its right to raise revenue from it – and use it for the public good Philip Hammond’s decision, announced in Continue Reading

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UK deploys hundreds of troops and aircraft to eastern Europe

UK joins biggest post-cold war buildup of Nato forces as Russian military engages in series of high-profile manoeuvres The UK is deploying hundreds of troops, as well as aircraft and Continue Reading

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McDonald’s to scrap Luxembourg tax structure

Fast-food chain’s reorganisation means £800m from restaurants in Europe will flow through the UK instead McDonald’s is to scrap its controversial Luxembourg tax structure in a corporate shakeup that means Continue Reading

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Atomic agency leader warns of disaster if Trump tears up Iran deal

Hans Blix of the International Atomic Energy Agency says UK is unlikely to be able to sway Trump on nuclear deal Hans Blix, the former head of the International Atomic Continue Reading

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What the EU27 want: Brexit red lines from the other side of the table

While Britain’s dealbreakers are well known, we look at what they are for its negotiating partners. Not all are shared, yet all will play a part in any final deal Continue Reading

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Juncker says EU will ‘move on’ from Brexit in state of union speech

European commission president says UK departure is tragic but isn’t everything, and eyes expansion of eurozone and Schengen Jean-Claude Juncker has declared that the “wind is back in Europe’s sails” Continue Reading

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The Guardian view on taxing the digital economy: crunch time | Editorial

The EU commission is demanding huge backpayments from Apple and Amazon. But there’s still not enough progress on getting the system right The EU’s faltering progress towards a common system Continue Reading

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