Shell’s announcement that it will be moving its headquarters and tax home from The Netherlands to the UK stirred up a political row this week.

Officials in the latter heralded the move as a post-Brexit win for London, while Dutch officials made no secret of their disappointment — or their last-minute attempts to convince the supermajor to stay in The Hague.

The news revived talks of scrapping the 15% dividend tax on companies based in The Netherlands, which Shell has long opposed.