Sometimes the smallest things can reveal the most.
Business has a role to play in tackling poverty following the ill-conceived and poorly timed DFID merger.
It's easy to see how Sunak's proposals can work with a 'V-shaped', bounce-back economic recovery - but events may overtake him without one.
He bangs the dispatch box during prime minister’s questions, as if following a stage direction. But there’s profound and growing sadness in his eyes.
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He dragged Labour back to its roots, increased its membership and found a strong audience with Trade Unions. The BFAWU's Ian Hodson pays tribute to outgoing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
This Labour leadership election ought to be a battle for ideas and how we challenge a political and financial establishment that has had the system rigged in their favour for far too long.
A more diverse Cabinet would ask the kinds of questions which the current Cabinet would never think of.
We'll need nuance and moderation for what comes next - not a desire to put statues up or tear them down.
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The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has welcomed figures published today (Thurs) showing that the ‘tax gap’ has fallen by a third in five years.
There is a risk that by not increasing the threshold immediately, people will put off buying a house until the tax change takes effect so that they can benefit from today’s announcement.
The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) welcomes the Chancellor’s announcement yesterday (8 July) of further support for employers who take on apprentices.
The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) welcomes the temporary VAT cut for food and drinks announced today.