Nigel Morris

Nigel Morris is Deputy Political Editor at The Independent.

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Billionaire owner of Chelsea football club Roman Abramovich is reported to be among prominent registered non-doms

Budget 2015: 'Non-doms' will be forced to pay full tax on foreign earnings

However, George Osborne stopped short of abolishing the status altogether

Stewart Hosie, SNP deputy leader and treasury spokesman

Budget 2015: Scotland will be battered with harsh austerity despite not voting Tory, say SNP

It pledged to fight cuts to tax credits and dismissed the announcement of a new living wage as a 'con trick'

Acting Labour party leader Harriet Harman

Budget 2015: Tax credits cuts will leave workers worse off, says Harriet Harman

Labour’s acting leader said the Budget’s overall impact would be to widen social divisions and to make millions of working people worse off

The British Virgin Islands are considered among the world’s largest tax havens

George Osborne's family reportedly 'struck a £6m property deal' with firm based in tax haven

Details of the agreement were disclosed in documents obtained by Channel 4

Baroness Flather is the first female Asian peer in the Lords. She says she is a ‘Hindu atheist’

Baroness Flather accused of 'bigotry' over her views on marriages in Pakistani community

The British-Asian peer claimed marriages between cousins caused 'appalling' disabilities among children and called for DNA testing between couples

Spending on schemes for children from disadvantaged backgrounds has more than halved over the last five years

Spending on schemes for disadvantaged children has 'more than halved' in last five years

Early intervention funding has been cut from £3.2bn to £1.4bn

Gill Hicks with her rescuer, PC Andy Maxwell, outside King’s Cross station on Monday

7/7 bombings: Victims of attacks to be remembered in London on 10th anniversary

There will be a wreath-laying ceremony, services and minute's silence

Research suggests that extending Sunday trading by two hours in London would create nearly 3,000 jobs, and generate more than £200m a year in extra income in the capital alone

Sunday trading hours to go round-the-clock: Osborne to announce biggest shake-up in 20 years in Budget

The Chancellor will predict it will lead to a significant economic boost

Michael Gove's appointment as Justice Secretary was unexpected

Courts, prisons and human rights: To say Michael Gove has a tough job is putting it mildly

His in-tray contains subjects daunting even for a minister famed for his reforming zeal

Campaigners demonstrating against the Bedroom Tax outside the Royal Courts of Justice, in March

David Cameron under pressure from Tory MPs to review controversial 'bedroom tax'

The impact of the 'spare-room subsidy' is also set to be examined

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