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TaxPayers' Alliance says countries with space programmes should not be receiving money from UK mean to be going to world's poorest

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Australia signs deal to send 'boat people' to Papua New Guinea

Former prime minister attacks new policy as ‘an abdication of our basic humanity’

David Cameron (left) welcomes Barack Obama (right) to the G8 summit in Northern Ireland

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Activists warn against creating a 'rich man’s club'

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron walks with Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers (second right) and Wing Commander Faye Wiseman (left) after arriving in Belfast, Northern Ireland

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Thabo Mbeki, the former South African President,

Give us access to information on tax havens and tax avoiders, African leaders tell David Cameron ahead of G8 Summit

African leaders will warn David Cameron on Monday that his plans for a global crackdown on tax avoidance may be of little value to the world's poorest countries.

Prime Minister David Cameron warned not to exclude poor countries from G8 plan for tax crackdown

David Cameron has been warned that his plan to crack down on tax avoidance at next week’s G8 summit will benefit the world’s richest nations but could “freeze out” the poorest countries.

Barack Obama chairs a G8 summit plenary session today

As Britain leads the G8 conference, it's time to move on from the outdated idea of a divide between the developed and developing world

We are more interconnected than ever. And efforts to reduce tax avoidance and improve transparency will require co-operation across international borders

The Prime Minister is under pressure to 'put Britain's own house in order'

David Cameron may be forced to water down key G8 aim over public disclosure of shell companies to stop tax evasion

Prime Minister had promised to fight for transparency over the fake firms that exist only to cover up tax evasion and corruption, but the odds could be stacked against him

Google is reported to want to extend new wireless networks to sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.

Google to develop wireless networks in emerging markets

Google is reported to have plans to connect developing markets to the internet through a WiFi enabled network of blimps, balloons and other “high-altitude platforms” (HAPS).

Poor nations 'deprived of billions as half of investment is chanelled through tax havens'

Report says one single transaction could have provided every Indian primary school child with a subsidised meal for a year if it been taxed fully

Pay a visit to the Bruno and Bean pop-up shop and pick up new pieces. Palladian tea cup and saucer by Custhom, from £24. brunoandbean.com

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Who needs to fly off to Milan? Clerkenwell Design Week is a fabulous showcase for British design talent, says Trish Lorenz

US man attempting to dribble ball to 2014 World Cup in Brazil is killed just two-weeks into his quest

Richard Swanson was attempting to trek 10,000 to promote a charity

Ben Chu: Cheap clothes and tax dodging

Outlook The lethal collapse of a building in Bangladesh, where workers were churning out cheap clothes for retailers such as Primark, has prompted scrutiny of the supply chains of some of our big retailers.

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You can economise on everything from train tickets to phone bills – and get hold of lots of free stuff – if you know where to click

CBI and Greening link to boost growth in emerging economies

The UK has dramatically switched the focus of its overseas aid spending from simply fighting poverty to helping recipient countries develop their economies.

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