As blood-sucking vampire companies continue to suck us dry, it’s clear the tax system needs a reform.
FIFA is hoping that years of corruption scandals and turbulence will finally be brought to an end by the election of a new president. But according to former football player Louis Saha, the move won't solve anything.
After London mayor Boris Johnson urged chancellor George Osborne to soften the effects of tax credit cuts on the working poor, Osborne rebelled by publishing a report claiming that Britain's tax credit bill would have risen without the reforms set out in the Summer Budget.
Chancellor George Osborne has given his “northern powerhouse” agenda renewed momentum by handing authorities a large measure of fiscal autonomy.
London mayor Boris Johnson has become the latest person to call for an earlier vote on Britain’s ongoing membership of the European Union.
In February 2014, the European Parliament approved of plans to create a standard VAT return for European companies. However, a roadblock now stands in their way.
The Government's removal of legal enforcements and many financial incentives means that, without significant improvements to the educational offer, the Raising the Participation Age (RPA) reform is at risk of failing.
The TUC and Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) are convinced they have come up with alternatives to the potential hike in rail fares.
Yesterday, business minister Matthew Hancock approved bids by business bodies to review enforcement of regulation in their sectors.