How the UK taxes overseas athletes and what the consequences are for UK sport
By Adam Thatcher published on 08 August 2014
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About the Author
Adam Thatcher is an associate in the Corporate Technology team at Taylor Wessing LLP, having completed his training contract at Mayer Brown International LLP which included a secondment to a global insurance company.