Just a fortnight after a summer statement Chancellor Rishi Sunak insisted wasn’t a ‘mini-Budget’, the Government has slipped out a raft of policy statements on the eve of parliamentary recess – including big news about Making Tax Digital.

The new measures were bundled up in the draft legislation supporting the Finance Bill 2020-21 published on 21 July 2020.


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