The legal basis for attributing profits to a UK branch of a non-resident for income tax under domestic law is obscure. Historically, assessment was on a branch or agency through which the trade was carried on. The same was true for non-resident companies whose chargeable profits were any trading income arising directly or indirectly through or from the branch or agency, and any income from property or rights used by or held for the branch or agency.49

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