A Brexit downturn could hit pension funds nearly as hard as workers.
Strange appeal to WTO law falls apart as soon as you look at it.
Case for separation never stronger but voters are unmoved
Spare a thought for the smallest, hard-done-by minority
Opinion Former Articles
A minimum wage of £10 will lift millions of people out of poverty
The government's incompetence has shifted attention away from the real issues at hand
MPs and Lords must hear from the citizens of our country so that parliament keeps up with the will of the people, rather than responding to a snapshot from 2016.
Theresa May has reached an impasse in the Cabinet on the customs union.
Planning for people
The English planning system is under review. This video explains the issues and loopholes that lie in the current (and proposed) planning policy. It describes how we’d like to shape it to work for local people and the countryside, rather than to profit developers. Find out more at www.cpre.org.uk/planningforpeople
Government must provide clear criteria for the siting of new housing to ensure developments meet wider societal objectives around improving air quality, encouraging healthy living and creating inclusive environments.
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) is highly critical of the Government’s proposal to extend significantly the tax assessment time limits indiscriminately in cases involving offshore matters.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has welcomed today’s House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee report which makes a number of recommendations on how universal credit could better support self-employed claimants.
BASC has told a government inquiry how shooting can help to get more people active, reduce social isolation and promote personal wellbeing while encouraging engagement with the natural environment.