Labour proposal saves same-sex marriage bill but Tory opponents vow to continue fight in Lords
Internet giant is 'misleading taxpayers' and using 'smoke and mirrors' to avoid exchequer
Is a hike in pay for politicians necessary to retain talent or 'completely unpalatable'?
Google and Starbucks also grilled over low tax payments, but Amazon is ordered to send a more knowledgeable exec
MPs on Public Accounts Committee to quiz executives today over corporation tax claims
I'm the man for the job, says Question Time host – but many would like to see an outsider brought in
Labour is expected to join Tory rebels in voting for a cut in the EU budget, but the UK could end up paying more anyway...
PM's pledge to force energy companies to put customers on cheapest tariffs appears to vanish overnight
But Manchester United's Alex Ferguson says 'one bad year doesn't cast the game in doubt'
Punch-up comes just two weeks before Euro 2012 kicks off amid fears for England fans' safety