Simon Miller, John Phelan, James Dowling, Ryan Bourne, and John O'connell share their expert opinions on Osborne's 2013 budget
The reality – that tax avoidance is largely a personal tax issue – is being ignored by those in a wider quest for political hits
In a response to James Dowling's article in defence of David Gauke, Ryan Bourne outlines why he believes the government has been wrong on all three tax headline stories in recent times
Many on the right have been quick to berate David Gauke for his comments on "cash-in-hand" payment. But is he really so wrong?
The implimentation of the austerity programme has stripped out many very experienced staff at HMT. Could this explain some of the policy fiascos of recent weeks?
It is often assumed that any measure to come out of the Treasury that is in any way slightly controversial must signal a malfunctioning process. This simply isn't true
Former Treasury official, James Dowling knows, first hand, what the upcoming budget marathon is all about. Here are George Osborne's options as he sees them
Both Jeremy Browne and Nick Clegg, with recent comments, have risked squandering their influence and credibility for short-term political gain
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