Prime Minister admits he could have done better in handling the controversy over his father's offshore fund
Exclusive: Five-in-six Brits are unsurprised by the allegations made in the biggest leak in journalistic history
What followed was almost unimaginable
Moves to take away tax reliefs for agency workers will hurt hundreds of thousands of construction workers, supply teachers and others
The poorest half of the UK are losing 8 per cent of their income so the deficit can be cut - while the richest half lose next to nothing
You have until 11.59pm on 5 April to use your Isa allowance. But try to do it earlier
SNP leader says raising top rate of tax from 45p to 50p in Scotland would 'risk millions of pounds of revenues a year'
The tax on imported palm oil was proposed after pressures from environmental groups
Changes will cut tax bill for someone on a salary of £55,000 by more than £500 a year from 2017
George Osborne is set to deliver the new budget this Wednesday
George Osborne may not see a penny from Facebook for several years
When chancellors add pennies on to the price of tobacco or alcohol at Budget time, we don’t see big falls in the public’s consumption of such items
The changes will apply only to those who live in more expensive houses in the four highest council tax bands
Steve Lewis wants to help tax body thwart avoidance schemes
'Even by government standards, 60 years is a long time to implement a new tax agreement'
Unsurprisingly we have heard next to nothing about two of the issues on which membership of the EU is most beneficial – tax and climate change