Creating mayhem is unlikely to be a sustainable, long-run industrial relations strategy. The government already has troubles in the public sector with its cull of jobs – remember all that talk of the enemy?
By New Statesman - 19 April 13:18
In 2010-11, businesses paid more than a quarter of the total UK tax take of £551bn.
By Matthew Sinclair - 17 April 14:18
The TPA's Matthew Sinclair argues that it is lack of take-up that makes the tax system look biased a
By Ian Mulheirn - 17 April 11:45
How to change the tax relief cap to help charities and the government get value for money.
By Alex Hern - 17 April 9:48
Where does the tax burden fall, and why do loopholes help the rich?
By Alex Hern - 16 April 13:01
The bank's tax planning has been described as a "sham" in a New York court briefing
By Alex Hern - 16 April 9:18
We've heard Osborne's plans to crack down on tax dodgers/philanthropists (delete as appropriate), bu
By Matthew Sinclair - 11 April 16:02
If we worry about politicians dodging taxes, attack the dodging, not the privacy, writes the TPA's M
By Jon Worth - 10 April 11:58
Little-Britainism won't help us here.
By New Statesman - 10 April 6:01
11 per cent of the entire spirits market is under the table.
By David Blanchflower - 03 April 13:57
By Alex Hern - 02 April 12:45
Ireland and America are suffering the same problem with their contentious taxes.
By Alex Hern - 02 April 11:53
A €100 flat tax remains unpaid by half of Irish households.
By Alex Hern - 28 March 9:02
How a technical change in Treasury forecasting could help scrap the 45p tax rate.
By Alex Hern - 22 March 12:03
Tax dodging, the Laffer curve, and the 50p rate
By Alex Hern - 21 March 9:57
Although superficially similar, high stamp duty is not a mansion tax
By Andrew Harrop - 18 March 11:41
The Fabian Society tells George Osborne what it wants to hear in the 2012 Budget.
By Ian Mulheirn - 18 March 11:37
The Social Market Foundation tells George Osborne what it wants to hear in the 2012 Budget.
By Tony Dolphin - 18 March 11:28
IPPR tells George Osborne what it wants to hear in the 2012 Budget.
By New Statesman - 16 March 6:24
Move may attract more capital to the country.
By Alex Hern - 14 March 18:12
The fringes of what constitutes tax avoidance may be hazy, but that doesn't mean that some cases are
By Alex Hern - 12 March 12:08
It's the most exciting period of the year (for accountants): The run-up to the budget. But what's in
By New Statesman - 09 March 12:14
The think tank aims to encourage a "savings culture".
By Alex Hern - 08 March 12:27
Two seperate groups are pushing for changes to how pensions are taxed in the budget, but could they
By New Statesman - 07 March 7:02
But food inflation rises to 4.2 per cent.