Darling warns on bad deal on devolved tax

Former Chancellor of the Exchequer and Labour MP, Alisdair Darling, photographed in his office in Portcullis House this morning.
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Ex-chancellor fears increased borrowing costs for whole UK

US citizenship returns to tax Boris

Dual-national London mayor caught by reach of IRS

Safeguards for tax debt recovery powers

HMRC bows to concerns about lack of oversight

HMRC power to raid bank accounts weakened

Taxpayers will be given the right to appeal through the courts

UK slips in global table for business tax

Norway and Macedonia overtake Britain in annual World Bank study

VCT investors face supply curbs

Some large managers are not fundraising

Businesses in India need fiscal certainty

Selective levies have deterred overseas companies considering doing deals in India

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Record haul for HMRC tax investigations

Targeting specific groups generated £845m in 2013-14

Settling disputes becomes more challenging

Tax experts frustrated by authority’s constraints

Alton

Estate planning using Aim shares

Seeking tax exemption through junior market investments

Labour vows to impose tax-dodge fines

Penalties of up to sum avoided will be introduced, warns Balls

The policy of money printing and rates

Fear of breaking a taboo is likely to overcome any other reason

Juncker must speak up on Luxembourg and tax

EU should no longer tolerate Grand Duchy’s huge role in tax evasion

When a legacy becomes too much

Play or pass – the big inheritance question

Tax leaks set to spur state aid probes

Fight against international tax avoidance likely to gain momentum

Ikea franchise arm rearranged financing

Leaked PwC papers show use of Swiss branch of Luxembourg entity

Luxembourg vows to end banking secrecy

Juncker faces questions over claims of multinationals’ tax dodges

High-end property tax receipts above forecast

Westminster bears the brunt of new charge

Chart that tells a story – tax summaries

Government applies expansive view of ‘welfare’ spending

Leak details Luxembourg corporate tax deals

Some global groups alleged to have paid less than 1%

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