The latest "crackdown" on tax avoidance is nothing of the sort.
Prostitutes have to pay tax on their earnings, so why isn't their business entitled to same protections as everyone else?
The Chancellor's plans will allow the vast majority of tax avoidance to continue uninterrupted.
Company has apparently paid no UK corporation tax over the last three years.
The coalition’s travails over child benefit mean Osborne may revisit his decision to raise the perso
HRMC orders Barclays to pay half-a-billion pounds it retained through two "highly-abusive" schemes.
An important contribution from the FT's Samuel Brittan.
The top rate of tax will stay in place until 2015, according to the latest reports.
An argument for making corporate tax returns publicly available.