European Commission proposes 'country-by-country' reporting rules to address public anger over multinational tax avoidance
Mr Corbyn's taxes were unremarkable other than being filed slightly late
'I think that this will raise questions around politicians publishing futher information about themselves'
Mr Cameron received two payments of £100,000 from his mother in 2011 to balance out legacy left between PM and his siblings
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
It is now a legal requirement for dog owners to have their pets microchipped
Cameron facing renewed pressure over the Panama Papers leak as Jeremy Corbyn is due to demand that the Government stop 'pussyfooting around on tax dodging'
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
Currently, it is believed that less than 1 per cent of the 2.5 billion plastic coffee cups used per year are recycled
SNP leader says decision to raise threshold at which workers start paying 40p income tax rate to £45,000 was 'wrong'
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
Currently, people start paying the 40p rate of tax when they earn £42,385
City editor Jim Armitage explains how the changes will work