We've rarely seen a humiliation on this scale in our lifetime. This is what happens next.
Voting system debates usually send people to sleep, but the outcome of a People's Vote could depend on which one we use.
Right at the end of the road, she has nothing left: just the same old populist tribalism
The test of suitability for an academic job should be your conduct, not your opinions
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A minimum wage of £10 will lift millions of people out of poverty
The government's incompetence has shifted attention away from the real issues at hand
Ministers' opening remarks for the new year make it very tempting to hide in bed and pretend none of it is happening.
The chief executive of Refugee Action demands action to help refugees and the British taxpayer after the home secretary's bizarre decision to call a 'major incident' on a trickle of boats heading to the UK.
The UK's largest shooting organisation introduced more than 16,000 people to shooting sports last year.
Membership of the UK's largest shooting organisation has hit a record 155,000.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group is reminding people that the online tax return filing deadline of 31 January 2019 is approaching fast. The advice is because HMRC found that almost half of 2016/17 tax returns were filed in the month of January.1
Opportunity for global businesses to correct their tax welcomed by CIOT – but its wider concerns gro
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) welcomes HMRC’s approach to businesses they suspect of breaking the rules on the Diverted Profits Tax (DPT). But the CIOT is concerned that the need for the new facility indicates a tax system that is under strain, and placing increasing burdens on taxpayers.