The current tax code discriminates against single-income households. If the coalition is as family friendly as they claim, this needs to change.
Nick Clegg mounted a strong attack on his coalition colleagues today, as the Eastleigh by-election campaign began in earnest.
Working mothers face a real-terms cut in benefits as a result of George Osborne's autumn statement, prompting Labour to attack the chancellor's 'mummy tax'.
Starbucks has agreed to pay £20million more tax this year after coming under fire for its tax avoidance policies.
MPs have condemned the tax avoidance measures of big multinational companies like Starbucks as an "insult" to British businesses.
"Watching Nadine Dorries covered in bugs and eating a goat’s unmentionables has made me really believe politicians understand the problems I face”, said no one, ever….
A potential Conservative backbench rebellion over fuel duty appears to have been averted by promises that January's planned increase will be put off.
HMRC is investigating claims that Britain's biggest bank HSBC has been storing millions of pounds belonging to some of the country's most notorious criminals.
Pub goers could enjoy significantly cheaper pints if a group of MPs manage to force a U-turn on beer tax later this week.
Ignore Osborne's rail fiasco and Mitchell's 'pleb' outburst. The real scandal is the government's refusal to support British business.
Facebook has been branded the 'unsocial network' after it paid corporation tax of just £238,300 last year despite a declared turnover of over £20 million.
Britain should build "excellence academies" for the brightest pupils and introduce a national "debt brake" according to the Free Enterprise Group of backbench Conservatives.
The vast majority of voters think the government should cancel the reduction in the top rate of tax from 50% to 45%.
Nick Clegg took a decisive swerve to the left today, as he opened the Liberal Democrat conference with an attack on Labour's approach to the banks and Tory backbenchers approach to coalition.
Nick Clegg has called for a fresh wealth tax to "hardwire fairness" into Britain.
The world's "increasingly borderless" economy has helped rich individuals 'hide' over £12.5 trillion in offshore accounts, it has emerged.
Protecting the City while neglecting Britain's struggling families is "immoral", according to Scotland's senior Catholic.
The biggest cheer during this year's Budget was not about the top rate of income tax, or extra cash for businesses, or that the economic forecasts are improving. It was about whether Wallace and Gromit would remain in the UK.
Taxpayers will receive a statement showing how much of their income is paid to the state and what it is spent on, according to new plans.
The 2012 budget will cut the 50p tax rate down to 45p, according to a report.
Since the poll tax, successive governments have been terrified of radical tax policies.
If you want radical solutions to government debt, you could start by looking at Churchill.
Homes worth over £1 million could find themselves facing the Liberal Democrats' 'mansion tax'.
Business secretary Vince Cable has been rapped for failing to pay a tax bill worth as much as £25,000.
Last year almost £24 billion was lost through incorrect tax returns and unpaid VAT. So why is the priority the £2.5 billion lost through tax avoidance?