Google is betraying its founding principles by going to extraordinary lengths to avoid paying taxes in Britain, says Ed Miliband.
Whether it’s the shape-shifting group of reptilian descendants from the constellation Draco who control humanity, or the shadowy cabal of powerful financiers and politicians who covertly run all governments, conspiracy theorists are once again preparing for their annual jamboree of protest against those who really rule the world, this year in the highly secretive destination of… Watford.
Private companies who win government contracts to help the jobless find work are “parking” some of the most disadvantaged people on benefits, MPs warn today.
A pregnant woman suffering from “severe” mental health problems has made an impassioned plea to a High Court judge, asking that she be granted an abortion.
David Cameron will not raise Google’s tax affairs when he meets the company’s chairman Eric Schmidt in Downing Street today, it emerged today.
An independent Scotland might find itself unable to guarantee the deposits of savers in the event of another financial crisis, the Treasury warns today.
The former conservative minister Lord Howe, who served as foreign secretary under Margaret Thatcher, has claimed that David Cameron is “losing control” of his party over Europe.
Suddenly we were transported to fantasy land this month; to a country where Nigel Farage won a quarter of the vote in protest elections and it was said that David Cameron should ditch gay marriage and pull out of the EU without bothering with a referendum because, “as everyone knows”, the Conservatives failed to win last time because “they weren’t right-wing enough”. How people believe as they want to…
A Cabinet minister has controversially warned that the Government is upsetting “vast numbers of people” with its plans for same-sex marriage.
The extent of the suffering inflicted by the “bedroom tax” can be revealed for the first time today as figures show a 338 per cent leap in the number of people applying for emergency handouts in the month since it was imposed.