Shinzo Abe: Bad guy done good?
English Heritage budget cuts threaten the future of London's 150 year old commemorative scheme
It is a requirement of civil society that government obviate the need for payday lenders, writes Carl Packman.
If you wanted to disincentivise work for the poorest, this is how you'd do it.
Make a silly demand, get a silly concession.
And come 2076, that will be the case for every family in the nation.
State capitalism, or unconventional fiscal policy?
Nothing the Government has done will help equality. That's why they're keeping quiet about it.
Corporations dodge tax. So go for their owners instead.
Google's dodging taxes. But its worst crime is messing around with search results.
No company, even one as big as Starbucks, can simply decide how much profit it makes.
The Chancellor, in turning down the chance to implement a Financial Transactions Tax, will cost the UK dearly.
The Chancellor presented some pretty unconvincing reasoning in the Autumn Statement.
In the wake of Starbucks’ tax U-turn, we need to acknowledge that multinationals already choose whether to pay tax or not - and make them pay their fair share.
The Chancellor has missed another opportunity to make our tax system fairer and more economically efficient.
Chris Nicholas gives a primer of the state of tax in the UK.
Climb in your metal Orca and breach the sea.
"Let's tax people more than they earn, that'll work."
We can’t just rely on companies cleaning up their tax affairs. We need international, intergovernmental action on tax justice, and the UK should deliver it.
The public discourse of welfare in the UK seems to be caught in a vicious circle, where the media, politicians and public feed into each other.
Troika infighting leaves Greek bailout shrouded in uncertainty.
The Chancellor must find £48bn in extra spending cuts or tax rises to meet his main deficit target.
The country now waits on its creditors to save it from imminent bankruptcy.
Taxmageddon could be a blessing in disguise.
Congress must overcome its partisan rifts.
Does the living wage provide an argument for ending tax on the lowest paid?
68 words of wonkishness.
"Mr President, if they say 'cut back', will you say 'fight back'?"