UK businesses abroad use schemes to avoid paying taxes in poorer nations
The Lisbon treaty already gave national parliaments greater powers. So what exactly is Cameron fighting for?
We've been live-blogging from the CBI conference in central London, as Cameron, Miliband, Boris and co courted Britain's business leaders.
The prime minister is using the rhetoric of war to justify rolling back a fundamental part of Britain's constitution.
Read Ed Miliband's speech on the living wage in full.
A wise speech which reveals Labour's pre-2015 election strategy.
Read the shadow business secretary's speech to the Labour party conference in full.
Fresh Conservative ministers are embarking on a frenzy of cutting red tape, to the apparent bemusement of business secretary Vince Cable.
The public has lost faith in private finance initiatives (PFI). We need a new way of accessing private funding.
Politicians should patriotically support British manufacturing even if it means backing companies based overseas, Ed Miliband will say later.
Read David Cameron's speech defending the ethics of capitalism in full on politics.co.uk.
David Cameron, prime minister, comments on plans to kill the "health and safety monster"
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber comments on plans to kill the "health and safety monster"
Richard Jones, head of policy at the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health and Public Affairs, comments on plans to kill the "health and safety monster"
Improving the way the government purchases its stationery and office services has already saved £1 billion, Francis Maude has announced.
Vince Cable has brushed off the suggestion that he is considering resigning, just four days after calling David Cameron "very unwise".
Ministers have shied away from changing the law when it comes to a review of food waste.
Business secretary Vince Cable encouraged colleges to mount a legal challenge against the government, it has emerged.
The government has unveiled the first round of its three-year funding to help struggling businesses, but Labour has accused ministers of refusing to invest in growth.
The Office of Fair Trading should investigate the Big Four auditing firms, a committee of peers has concluded.
Another cut in corporation tax is the largest in a number of measures aimed at helping Britain's economy return to growth.
Entrepreneurs and the wealthy will be able to bypass the coalition's immigration clampdown, the government has confirmed.
Prince Andrew's personal relationships are threatening his role as Britain's special trade representative.
The May Day bank holiday could be shifted to the autumn, under government plans published today.
Ofcom should do more to combat silent calling, according to an influential parliamentary committee.