By George Eaton - 02 April 12:37
George Osborne abolished the top rate of tax after it "only" raised £1bn - but which welfare cuts could have been avoided for that amount?
By George Eaton - 19 February 09:05
The Chancellor appears to rule out a 10p tax rate for the Budget and says raising the personal allowance is "a better policy".
By David Cooper - 18 February 03:07
Through no effort of their own, landowners reap a £100bn annual windfall. Caroline Lucas's bill shows the way towards a moral capitalism.
By Nick Thornsby - 15 February 04:32
The Labour leader's speech has reminded voters of two distinctive and popular Lib Dem policies: increasing the personal allowance and introducing a mansion tax.
By George Eaton - 15 February 09:26
Conservative MP Graham Brady demands the abolition of Air Passenger Duty but Robert Halfon tells the New Statesman it would be the wrong move.
By George Eaton - 14 February 04:37
The party plans to adjust thresholds elsewhere in the tax system, so that higher-earners don't gain from a lower starting rate of income tax.