Theresa May leaves Downing Street speaking of compromise and moderation - values she did noting to promote.
Theresa May is now in the endgame of her leadership. But the person who follows her will face the same problems and the same ruin.
A cut-out-and-keep voting guide for Remainers trying to work out how to vote this week.
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The whole edifice of British politics is being torn apart, and both party leaders are so inadequate they can only sit and watch it happen.
The governing party is now staring into oblivion, but even ditching Theresa May won't change anything.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has published a guide1 to help the self-employed understand the tax system better. The guide is a response to LITRG’s concerns that low income self-employed people do not understand fully their tax position and the interaction with some benefits, and to worries about the impact of reduced guidance and face to face help for taxpayers from HMRC.
What do we mean when we talk about the ‘rule of law’?
In his inaugural speech as President of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), Glyn Fullelove will today say that high professional standards has the potential to be one of the strongest positive messages in the CTA (Chartered Tax Adviser) brand. He will say there is no place for any tax advisers who promote avoidance schemes in the CIOT.
BASC will ensure the views of the shooting community are fully represented in a consultation into the future of general licences in Scotland announced today.