Politicians must confront “the crucial question” of how much tax competition they are willing to entertain within the UK, the Chartered Institute of Taxation has warned after the prime minister

Parting words to Mrs Y last night were "tomorrow we may be waking up in a foreign country" .


David Cameron has set the stage for an unprecedented debate on tax and spending powers after Scotland voted to remain in the United Kingdom.


There's really no escaping it - the Scottish referendum is all that's talked about this week in national and even regional press. 


A No vote on Thursday will trigger “a major, unprecedented programme of devolution”, with major new powers over tax for the Scottish Parliament, the prime minister said this afternoon after a p

When Scottish electors cast their votes in the independence referendum on 18 September, a ‘no’ outcome would result in greater devolution of tax powers to Holyrood


We're ramping up our coverage of the Independence vote - as you may have seen on site. 


As the Scottish independence referendum of 18 September looms, individuals and businesses with interests north of the border face significant uncertainties about h


With the Scottish independence vote looming in just two weeks, AccountingWEB takes a look at some of the key considerations and reactions from the accounting profe


The Chartered Institute of Taxation has welcomed the passing of the