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Celebrities may be going bankrupt to avoid tax bills, Kingston Law School insolvency expert warns

Celebrities may be going bankrupt to avoid tax bills, Kingston Law School insolvency expert warns

An insolvency expert has warned that celebrities may increasingly be abusing the bankruptcy system in order to maximise their earnings and reduce the amount of tax they pay.

In the press: Revisiting a scholar unmasked by scandal

In the press: Revisiting a scholar unmasked by scandal

Professor Martin McQuillan, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, comments on the legacy of literary theorist Paul de Man for the New York Times.

Best picture triumph for Oscar-winning director Steve McQueen no surprise to Kingston University film studies expert

Best picture triumph for Oscar-winning director Steve McQueen no surprise to Kingston University film studies expert

Professor Will Brooker recalls his student days with the director of 12 Years a Slave.


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Share repurchases in UK

Share repurchases in UK
Tuesday 29 April 2014
Our latest research seminar looks at share repurchases in UK.

Civil disobedience and the law

Civil disobedience and the law
Tuesday 29 April 2014
Professor Pitt talks about civil disobedience and the law in the latest law research seminar.

Research seminar: From maid to matron – the reconstruction of St George's first professional superintendent of nurses

Research seminar: From maid to matron – the reconstruction of St George's first professional superintendent of nurses
Wednesday 30 April 2014
Dr Sue Hawkins will discuss how she was able to piece together many elements of Harriet Coster's life in this seminar, to reveal the remarkable woman she was during her time as matron of St George's Hospital.

An evening of short stories with Alan McCormick, Lizzie Enfield and Peter Jordan

An evening of short stories with Alan McCormick, Lizzie Enfield and Peter Jordan
Wednesday 30 April 2014
An evening of short stories with writer in residence Alan McCormick, Lizzie Enfield and Peter Jordan.

Aristocratic equality/ bourgeois equivalence: the question of equity in the phenomenology of right

Aristocratic equality/ bourgeois equivalence: the question of equity in the phenomenology of right
Tuesday 13 May 2014
Hager Weslati discusses the question of equity in the phenomenology of right


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