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UK sales for 2013 surge to $5.6bn, bringing its corporation tax arrangements back into the spotlight

A banner directed at Rangers owner Craig Whyte is unfurled outside Ibrox yesterday

Sir Alex says 'tragedy' at Rangers must not lead clubs to panic

Sir Alex Ferguson has described what is happening to his former club Rangers as a "tragedy" but insists other clubs do not necessarily have to press the panic button.

A view of the gates at Ibrox, the home of Rangers Football Club

Rangers administrators meet with sports minister

The administrators of Rangers today held talks with the Scottish Government as they began the process of trying to sort the club's finances.

Rangers fans show off at Ibrox, but years of spending have caught up with the Glasgow giants

Rangers future could be bright says administrator

One of the administrators appointed by Rangers claims the process can clear the financial uncertainty that has dogged the club in recent years.

Portsmouth prepare for 10-point administration penalty

Portsmouth are set to go into administration for the second time in two years leaving the club facing a 10-point penalty.

Tottenham Hotspur’s manager Harry Redknapp was found not guilty of tax evasion last week

Taxman's war on football goes on despite costly Redknapp defeat

HM Revenue and Customs remains determined to shine a light into some of the sport's murkier financial corners

David Perrin’s clients included Wayne Rooney and Jeremy Paxman

Stars' accountant jailed after targeting charities in £70m tax relief scam

An accountant to Wayne Rooney and Jeremy Paxman, who taunted the taxman by recording a version of "I Will Survive" boasting of his greed, has been jailed for 18 months over a £70m tax fraud which he masterminded at the expense of charities.

Redknapp's work at Spurs has been brilliantly constructive and at times sublime

James Lawton: After court case, Harry will find England job a pleasure

His work at Spurs has been brilliantly constructive and at times sublime

Nicholas Shaxson: Why Monaco is the offshore choice for the elite (just don't call it a tax haven)

When Bono, the U2 frontman, was asked on a visit to Monaco to sum up his favourite thing about the place, his reply came in three words: "No fucking paparazzi." Perhaps Harry Redknapp liked that about Monaco too. But the tiny Mediterranean principality's reticence about photographers signals a far deeper attraction for the world's wealthy: its financial secrecy.

Letters: Tax affair violates spirit of the law

That a government employee should be paid through a service company is disgraceful. By the very nature of the appointment it is clear that the contract is between HMG and Lester personally. It is impossible for there to be a contractual relationship between HMG and a service company in these circumstances; they are paying for Lester's "knowledge, experience and expertise".

A million taxpayers face £100 fine for late returns

One million taxpayers face a £100 fine for failing to submit their self-assessment tax returns on time, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said.

The special tax deal he agreed with the Government will be rescinded immediately, it has been announced

Loan boss's tax dodge received HMRC approval

Britain's most senior civil servant personally signed off on a deal that allowed the head of the Student Loans Company to avoid paying thousands of pounds in tax and national insurance.

The special tax deal he agreed with the Government will be rescinded immediately, it has been announced

Revenue gave green light to student loans boss's tax arrangement

Britain's most senior civil servant personally signed off on a deal that allowed the head of the Student Loans Company to avoid paying thousands of pounds in tax and national insurance.

Government acts over loan chief's tax dodge

The Government today said it was ending a deal under which the head of the Student Loans Company has been paid via a company without tax being deducted.

Prime Minister David Cameron lends backing to cash-strapped Portsmouth

Prime Minister David Cameron has today thrown his support behind Portsmouth's battle for financial survival.

No fines if you miss tax return deadline

People who miss next Tuesday's tax self-assessment deadline because of a strike by tax office staff will not be fined.

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