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Will the chancellor’s deed of variation joke at Ed Miliband’s expense hurt others?

One of the more worrying aspects of George Osborne's fist-thumping performance at last Wednesday's budget was his announcement of a review of the 'avoidance' of inheritance tax through the use of deeds of variations.

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