David Haye (right) has Dereck Chisora in trouble at Upton Park

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The former undisputed cruiserweight and WBA heavyweight champion has not fought since stopping domestic rival Dereck Chisora i

Dereck Chisora: The boxer who threatened to shoot David Haye

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Gordon Strachan appointed Scotland manager

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David Haye (right) has Dereck Chisora in trouble at Upton Park

Google's search for tax haven saves company £2bn in tax

Type 'Bermuda Tax' into Google and the search engine's hi-tech algorithm completes the thought with a number of suggestions, including: 'Haven.' We can only speculate whether or not function would receive the approval of the company's battery of lawyers and accountants after it was claimed that Google had shifted nearly $10bn of revenues to a shell company based in the picturesque British Overseas Territory, and thus avoided around $2bn in worldwide income taxes in 2011.

Smashing contract for Shanks as Heineken goes green

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Now Microsoft comes under the tax spotlight

Microsoft has become the latest multinational firm to be accused of avoiding millions of pounds of corporation tax by channelling its revenues abroad.

Editorial: Let the buyer beware

The Public Accounts Committee has lived up to its name. By extracting information from Amazon about the true size of the online retailer's UK revenues, the House of Commons committee has held a powerful firm to account – and dragged some germane information into the debate about corporate tax avoidance.

Jordan Rhodes heads in his opening goal for Scotland against Luxembourg

Stark improvement by Jordan Rhodes but Scots caretaker wants more

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Berti Vogts had a cold relationship with the fans when he was Scotland manager

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The former Scotland manager Alex McLeish believes there are numerous strong candidates to succeed Craig Levein, including caretaker Billy Stark. But Berti Vogts, who was in charge of the Scotland team for two years ending in 2004, believes whoever gets the job will be stymied by "poor players".

Scotland striker Kenny Miller will not quit international football

Scotland striker Kenny Miller has had no thoughts about quitting international football despite recent disappointments.

Sir Jimmy Savile sporting his OBE after his investiture at Buckingham Palace in 1972

Jimmy Savile 'created his TV shows to gain access to children'

Jimmy Savile created his TV shows to gain access to children, Mark Williams-Thomas, the child protection expert and criminologist who helped expose the late entertainer as a paedophile, has said.

Troy Alstead, global chief financial officer, Starbucks (left), and Andrew Cecil, director of public policy, Amazon

Amazon under fire over accusations it 'manipulates' profits to avoid paying tax

Starbucks and Google admit to MPs they use favourable jurisdictions for their UK businesses

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