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Cite as: [2016] BVC 512, [2016] STC 1614, [2016] UKUT 173 (TCC)

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Telefonica Europe Plc & Telefonica UK Ltd, R (on the application of) v Revenue And Customs [2016] UKUT 173 (TCC) (15 April 2016)


JUDICIAL REVIEW – determining place of effective use and enjoyment of telecommunications services - whether methodology for apportioning charge between EU and non-EU services based on usage is unlawful – whether claimants had legitimate expectation derived from correspondence with HMRC that claimants could continue to use methodology based on revenues until change in law or claimant’s business – whether HMRC had duty to consult claimants before requiring them to apply a new methodology – whether HMRC consulted claimants adequately

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