Computer scientist speaks out as heads of GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 prepare to answer MPs' surveillance questions
In her north London council days they nicknamed her 'Enver Hodge'; now she's 'the nation's favourite battle-axe'
Time to end the licence fee while BBC still has a brand to sell and before a possible public boycott takes hold
Ian Livingston attacked Margaret Hodge's committee after BT was accused of 'blackmailing the public'
Whitehall officials spent four times as much on credit cards last year as ten years ago
Coffee chain makes £5m payment to Revenue in an effort to placate unimpressed customers
Margaret Hodge demands an end to 'sweetheart deals' but search giant enjoys close ties with senior pols
Experts claim high street retailer is avoiding tax by using Ireland as a base for online sales
Report says government claims rail link will drive growth outside London not backed up by data
'Poachers turn gamekeepers turn poacher again' as big four firms allegedly exploit insider knowledge
Search engine chief says firm helps 'empower' growth - plus all their British employees pay taxes
Firms are 'running rings around' the taxman in schemes costing UK £5bn a year
The UK could be vulnerable to 'persistent' cyber attacks for 20 years due to ability gap
Tax consultant admits to seeking out loopholes to help his wealthy clients avoid tax
MPs urge more aggressive approach to corporations, while Osborne gives HMRC a cash boost
Can people power force multinationals to start paying reasonable taxes? And who will a boycott really hurt?
John Lewis boss says his company will be out-traded by multinationals like Amazon because they pay less tax
Consumer goodwill drains away over coffee chain's failure to pay tax as more politicians call for boycott
Public broadcaster admits 4,500 individuals are paid through companies, allowing them to reduce tax contributions
After two years, only 5,200 of 36,800 new jobs promised for 2014 had been delivered by Regional Growth Fund