Ed Miliband will tell Labour's national policy forum on Saturday that the party cannot rely on its traditional high-spending approach to social problems if it wins the general election.
Tax officials were forced to apologise on Thursday after Whitehall's spending watchdog found HM Revenue and Customs had incorrectly claimed it was bringing in billions of pounds in extra tax.
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Ed Balls is to launch a bid to bolster Labour's credibility with business by promising to keep a low rate of corporation tax and attract long-term investors to Britain, as he brushed off criticism from the policy chief Jon Cruddas that a "profound dead hand" within the party is blocking bold reforms.
More than £10bn of taxpayers' money a year is being paid to just 20 private companies, according to figures from the Institute for Government thinktank and the data analysts Spend Network.
This was supposed to mark the end of Labour's long wait.
Nigel Farage has declared he wants to see a grammar school in every town and cut the top rate of tax to 40p, as he set out plans to get Ukip's first MPs by "throwing the kitchen sink" at a few dozen constituencies.
Google’s Australian operation may have had its $7.1m tax bill reduced to just $466,802 in the 2013 financial year.
Europe's highest court dealt a blow to George Osborne's attempts to defend the interests of the City when it threw out Britain's legal challenge to a tax on financial transactions.
The scale of Britain's growing inequality is revealed today by a report from a leading charity showing that the country's five richest families now own more wealth than the poorest 20% of the population.