Tax policy may be on chopping block
Pressure on the Island to reform its tax policies could bring an end to the flagship 'Zero-10' corporate structure.
Campaigner Phil Craine believes abolishing it could be one of a package of measures to placate British and European governments following allegations of tax avoidance here.
Manx authorities have been ordered to report back to HMRC next year.
There was uncertainty over the future of Zero-10 six years ago, after the EU threatened to clamp down on similar policies.
Mr Craine says that debate might be reignited soon: