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The thinly veiled threats made by Philip Hammond and Theresa May that the United Kingdom could go into tax haven mode if Brussels doesn't play nice in the Brexit negotiations seem rather empty. EU membership is no bar to a country adopting aggressive corporate tax policies.

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The vultures are circling around one of the juicier morsels on the Brexit table: the Canary Wharf based European Medicines Agency (EMA).

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In the bright new world of post-Brexit trade deals for the United Kingdom, what does Britain's largest export-earning sector think?

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It must have looked relatively simple to a lot of British voters: should the United Kingdom remain within the decision-making structures of the European Union, or should it fully reclaim its sovereignty over all areas of legislation?

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British chemicals companies and companies that use the UK as their point of entry into the European single market could face years of uncertainty over their compliance obligations, in the wake of the UK’s Brexit referendum.

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By Stephen Gardner. The European Commission has proposed to amend a 2004 European Union directive on workplace safety by modifying occupational exposure limits for 13 carcinogenic substances.

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By Stephen Gardner. A regulatory committee of representatives from the European Union's member states March 8 opted not to take a decision on the reauthorisation in the bloc of the herbicide glyphosate, possibly deferring a vote on the issue until May.

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By Stephen Gardner. An extraordinary tale of a dodgy legal dossier filed at the EU Court of Justice has a lot to say about how the European Union works.

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By Stephen Gardner. Article 29 Working Party highlights remaining outstanding issues in privacy overhaul.

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It's rather early days yet of course, but what might be the outcome of the UK referendum on continued membership of the European Union?

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