Lawmakers boast ‘shining report card’ over the past year, free from opposition’s disruptive tactics, House Committee chairman says.
After Pandora Papers, EU says it plans new rules against tax avoidance
The European Commission will present by the end of the year new legislative proposals to tackle tax avoidance and tax evasion, the EU tax commissioner Paolo Gentiloni told the European Parliament on Wednesday.
The tax discussion at the plenary session of the EU parliament was added to the agenda after reports this week on a large leak of tax data, known collectively as the “Pandora Papers”, which showed how the rich and powerful continue to systematically use offshore companies to reduce their tax bills.
This year's Wine and Dine Festival will move from the usual venue at Central Harbourfront to over 400 restaurants across the...
NHS Confederation head fears efforts to tackle backlog of 5 million patients will be derailed
Addiction can "happen to any of us," Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge warned while launching an awareness campaign in London on Tuesday.
UK partners with billionaire Bill Gates to deploy £400mn green investment package London can’t afford on its own
Boris Johnson has announced a pricey tech partnership with Bill Gates, saying the pairing will set off a “green industrial revolution”...
Food and drink firms are seeing "terrifying" price rises, a sector trade body has said, warning of a knock-on effect for consumers.
Police investigations into allegations of child abuse against a former MP were marred by "a series of failings", a report has found.
Reports grow of repeat Sars-CoV-2 infection as experts warn prevalence among schoolchildren risks health of older people
The events will take place both online and in person, and are intended to help the city’s pandemic-battered small and medium-sized enterprises.