The debate over corporate tax dodging escalated a notch today, when Margaret Hodge accused big accountancy firms of a fundamental conflict of interest in their interaction with government.
A new petition presented to Downing Street by independent bookshop owners will call for tougher government action on Amazon's tax avoidance.
The Budget is expected to announce a new rule to tackle tax avoidance, but campaigners are calling it a 'sham' and a 'green light' for companies to continue to avoid British taxes.
UK businesses abroad use schemes to avoid paying taxes in poorer nations
A report calls for tax dodgers to be named and shamed as part of tougher measures against the problem.
Foreign firms take note - criticism from MPs means you have to pay more tax than you're legally obligated to.
A cut in VAT will support legitimate tradesmen and prevent an informal cash economy from flourishing.
The government turns a blind eye to the £120 billion lost in tax avoidance by the rich and then makes the rest of us pay for it.
The prime minister's own chief secretary to the Treasury joined the chorus of criticism against his comments on Jimmy Carr today.
David Cameron's attack on Jimmy Carr has left him vulnerable to scandals around his close acquaintances and advisers, experts have warned.
David Cameron has branded Jimmy Carr's tax arrangements "morally wrong", following reports he only pays one per cent income tax.
HMRC has failed to collect £35 billion in tax, partly due to the fact it has laid off staff responsible for collecting the money.
This week's Budget will contain aggressive measures against those avoiding stamp duty, the chancellor said this morning.
High street bank Barclays is being forced to pay £500 million to the taxman after an unusual move from ministers.
Nick Clegg has kicked off his new year promising more action to curb executive bonuses, amid continued questions over his leadership.
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?