Tax Evasion

For governments every scrap of revenue is critical, which makes losing between $500bn and $600bn a year to corporate tax dodging hard to stomach, writes Peter Marshall.
An outspoken BBC guest claimed Britain was "sinking" and that a "flood" of immigrants were costing the NHS too much. Turns out it really isn't that straightforward.
Call me a party pooper, but I think this country should find something better to celebrate than finance, no matter how good the fireworks display they put on.
Tory donor accused of avoiding millions in tax through an off-shore haven.