'Poachers turn gamekeepers turn poacher again' as big four firms allegedly exploit insider knowledge
Widower Joan Woolard applauded after telling execs: 'I don't understand how you sleep at night'
'The places you can hide are getting smaller and smaller', Chancellor warns
Hairdresser and wine retailer on first lift of tax defaulters – but where are the big boys?
Firms are 'running rings around' the taxman in schemes costing UK £5bn a year
UK high street names escape paying up to £1bn in tax by offshore schemes, claims investigation
Ernst & Young partner tells Cameron it's a company's duty to investors to pay the lowest tax possible
Lattes at dawn: coffee multinational says it may spike £100m investment after PM slams tax avoidance
Executives say the PM's pledge to get 'cowboy firms' to pay more tax will hurt economic recovery
Eric Schmidt says despite criticism from MPs he has no intention of paying anymore tax
Tax consultant admits to seeking out loopholes to help his wealthy clients avoid tax
Consumer boycott forces American chain to pay up
MPs urge more aggressive approach to corporations, while Osborne gives HMRC a cash boost
Justin King says customers have more power than government to force multinationals to pay taxes
‘Best off in society have to contribute more – and that includes companies,’ says Business Secretary
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
Google and Starbucks also grilled over low tax payments, but Amazon is ordered to send a more knowledgeable exec
Apple paid only 1.9% tax on profits, adding to controversy over US companies paying low tax rates in Britain
Public broadcaster admits 4,500 individuals are paid through companies, allowing them to reduce tax contributions