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UK Green Party leaders are among the politicians named as plaintiffs in the ‘Dublin Case’ which seeks legal clarity on revocability of Article 50.
Jonathan Bartley, Co-leader of the Green Party of England and Wales, Northern Irish Green Party leader, Steven Agnew MLA, and the Green Party MEP for the South East of England, Keith Taylor, will join Jolyon Maugham QC, Director of the Good Law Project, as litigants… [Read more here].
ITV report: “ITV News has learned Uber faces another legal challenge, this time for alleged tax avoidance. Jo Maugham QC, founder of The Good Law Project, plans to sue the company for non-payment of VAT.
Maugham argues Uber should be charging VAT on the taxi services it offers. Maugham calculates the company’s tax liability for London alone in 2015 at just under £20 million. He is pursuing the money on behalf of the taxpayer.”