Making a gift of a cultural object to the nation in return for a tax deduction against income, capital gains or corporation tax liabilities is worth considering.
Companies allege Baghdad is employing strong-arm taxation tactics to extort more money.
Sadiq Khan says the company only has itself to blame for losing the licence to operate in the capital.
Transport for London will not be renewing Uber's license to operate in the British capital from 1 October.
Accountancy firm had faced allegations that its audit of HBOS in 2007 fell short of expected standards.
The FCA's report on Royal Bank of Scotland's restructuring unit was leaked to the BBC last month.
Competition and Markets Authority will investigate £11.7bn deal, government confirms.
FCA investigation into RBS' restructuring unit was leaked to the BBC in November last year.
Daniele Nouy believes the nascent but important industry needs guidelines as digitisation proliferates.
Global computer chip maker was slapped with the fine for stifling rivals in 2009, an accusation it has contested ever since.
The pay dispute in August saw central bank staff go out on strike for the first time in 50 years.
US aircraft maker has always maintained the tax breaks it received did not constitute state aid.
Officials anticipate high magnitude of fraudulent claims and fake charity websites in Harvey's wake.
Tycoon describes veteran parliamentarian's attack made via a radio interview as "disgraceful" and personal.
Figure revised upwards from what the bank had originally cited in September 2016.