Institute of Directors also urged Government to match US President Donald Trump if he slashes corporation taxes to 15 per cent, as promised
Matthew Taylor has told The Independent that he will, nevertheless, not shy away from highlighting the issue and that he believes the Treasury is already looking at reform
A landmark legal case looks set to overturn the way millions of unmarried couples’ finances are treated.
Oil has suffered a steady decline since the beginning of 2014, when it was trading well above $100 per barrel
HMRC aims to save £98 million by 2021
Projected average earnings are forecasted to be the lowest for wage growth since 1900s
It's good news for those on average and above average incomes
Mr Hammond has said the move will result in greater certainty and stability for businesses
Programme was estimated to save £400m of taxpayers’ money a year
The firm had been criticised for contributing just £4,327 in 2014
High-profile staff at the corporation could face backdated tax bills if they are found to have been incorrectly listed as 'self-employed'
If Trump were truly smart - and wanted to lead by example - he would have disclosed his tax returns, showed the loopholes he used, and vowed to close them
Chancellor Christian Kern, head of the Social Democrats and of the centrist coalition government, also criticises Google and Facebook
European Commission triggers world's biggest tax battle as Apple and Irish government announce they will challenge the landmark ruling
Probe into tech firm’s tax arrangements with Irish government expected to spark international dispute
The US is threatening retaliation, claiming the EU is targetting US companies with its tax probes. But both sides should team up on behalf of their citizens rather than battling for corporations loyal only to shareholders