The UK thinks that countries that charge 0% Corporation Tax rates should not necessarily go onto a blacklist. (Note that some of these jurisdictions are islands around Britain, so it's not quite as unbiased an opinion as you might think.) Some other EU countries agree with the UK. And some don't. Fight?
Treasury tries to thwart EU plans for tax haven blacklist UK territories such as Jersey, Guernsey and Cayman Islands should not be singled out because of zero-rate tax, argues David Gauke