Seven people have been arrested following an investigation into the international money laundering of criminal assets accumulating to approximately £215 million (€252m).
Conservative Andrew Bridgen asked ministers to meet with him to discuss allegations he made connected to Leicester.
Ryanair has said that a Government “subsidy” for Flybe “cannot comply with competition and state aid laws”.
An epic court battle against Uber in the UK took another twist as the car-sharing giant came a step closer to being liable for a potential £1.5 billion in unpaid VAT.
Gardaí investigating organised crime have arrested a man in connection with a €29m fraud investigation.
While tax is ultimately all about paying money, a critical element of tax collection is the communication between the taxpayer and the Revenue Commissioners to ensure the right amount is paid at the right time.
Bolton will start next season in Sky Bet League One with a 12-point deduction after going into administration, the English Football League has announced.
Bolton have announced their home game against Ipswich tomorrow is in doubt because of a "critical" IT failure.
TV presenter Lorraine Kelly has won a £1.2 million (€1.4 million) battle with Her Majety's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) after a tax tribunal judge ruled she was not an ITV employee.
Irish dairy co-ops are making the most of what could be the last year of an accessible UK market on the doorstep.
Businesses have been advised to start making preparations for a no-deal Brexit by acquiring logistics software and consulting customs brokers to assist with any new trading regulations.
The UK’s fresh and frozen beef imports in the first six months of 2018 were up 5% (or 6,200 tonnes), to 136,300 tonnes.
As college students prepare to look for work experience, professional accounting body ACCA Ireland, has called upon the Government to introduce measures applied in the UK clamping down on the practice of unpaid internships.
Online marketplaces like Amazon and eBay are profiting from fraud by sellers who dodge the VAT they should charge on sales in the UK, a parliamentary report has said.
The UK's HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) believes it is poised to recover £110 million after winning a legal battle against a tax avoidance scheme promoter.
Newcastle United have lost a High Court challenge over the seizure of documents by tax officials investigating the financial affairs of several football clubs.
The head of a Traveller family in England who helped to run a modern day slavery ring has been jailed for 10 years and nine months.
No reasonable grounds exist for believing Newcastle United FC engaged in a suspected tax fraud, two High Court judges have been told.
British Chancellor Philip Hammond has been urged to publish the costs of any deals made with the DUP to prop up a Tory government in the UK.
A legal challenge has been launched by Newcastle United FC over documents seized from the club by officials conducting a tax probe.
Car service Uber is using a gap in EU and UK tax rules to avoid incurring sales tax on the booking fees it charges drivers in Britain, a practice a senior politician said was unfair to competitors and defied the intent of the law.
An Anglo-French investigation into suspected tax fraud in football has seen several men arrested in dawn raids at Newcastle United, West Ham and France.
noneAround 37,000 current and former Argos workers are to receive an average of £64 each after "incorrect" payments were discovered.
An inter-governmental economic organisation could help tackle tax evasion across the Irish border following Brexit, the UK's Treasury has suggested.
Calls have been made for an investigation into Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho's financial affairs after claims millions of pounds were moved offshore to avoid tax.
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley has admitted he paid workers below the minimum wage, also telling British MPs he has discovered “issues” with working practices at the retailer as part of an internal review.
Beef prices at the factories are continuing to edge upwards slowly as the decline in supply steadies again.
British PM David Cameron has come under intense pressure to crack down on offshore tax havens after a massive data leak exposed the scale of efforts by the rich and powerful to hide assets.
Deutsche Bank and UBS Group must pay taxes on two banker bonuses plans, the UK Supreme Court has ruled, saying the firms exploited loopholes to avoid payments in a decision that will affect a number of similar arrangements.
More than €730,000 worth of gold smuggled into Britain by criminals has been sold at a Belfast auction.
HSBC Holdings Plc chief executive Stuart Gulliver offered “sincerest apologies” following fresh details of how the bank’s Swiss unit helped customers evade taxes.
Former HSBC boss Stephen Green is to step down from a financial services industry body amid claims the bank enabled tax dodging while he was in charge.
France’s finance minister said yesterday that Paris had not restricted the use of HSBC client data it passed on to UK authorities to help pursue tax evaders, contradicting comments by a senior British official.
Britain’s biggest bank HSBC faced claims that it helped clients evade taxes after some of the contents of a huge trove of leaked account files about secret Swiss accounts were published.
A new British tax on companies that shift profits out of the country and into tax havens will target inter-company fees for services like use of intellectual property.
BBC broadcaster Gabby Logan has said she will repay any tax she owes after admitting investing in the scheme used by ‘Take That’ star Gary Barlow.
Mobile phone giant Vodafone is reportedly set to avoid paying billions of pounds in tax on its mammoth deal to exit the United States.
Vodafone has admitted that the main reason it located its brand and marketing arm in Ireland was to benefit from the attractive tax regime.
Vodafone made a multi-million pound settlement to British customs after it used a subsidiary it set up in Dublin to collect royalty payments around the world.
Hearts have announced that all their players are up for sale as fears for the club's future enters a "critical" period.
Worsening erosion at one of the country’s finest blue flag beaches has prompted calls for action at EU level to prevent more damage and flooding in communities now exposed to the vagaries of the sea.
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