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A KEY plank of David Cameron's hopes for a global crackdown on tax avoidance and evasion appears in jeopardy amid international foot dragging on the eve of the G8 summit.
ROYAL Bank of Scotland will today announce the loss of up to 2000 investment jobs the day after chief executive Stephen Hester announced he is to step down with a possible £5.8 million pay-off.
The Coalition Government has refused to bow to demands from human rights groups to bar Sri Lanka from an event in Glasgow to commemorate the First World War.
An independent Scotland would not necessarily have to join the euro to become a member of the EU, MPs heard yesterday.
JAMES Crosby, the former chief executive of HBOS, has been formally stripped of his knighthood at his own request after a scathing Westminster report into the collapse of the Scottish bank.
A SENIOR MSP claims she has been subjected to personal attacks after declaring she will vote against legislation allowing same-sex marriage in Scotland.
Conservative MP Tim Yeo has rejected claims he used his position as chairman of a powerful House of Commons committee to help business clients.
DOWNING Street has declined to comment on reports that GCHQ, the UK Government's eavesdropping centre, organised surveillance of foreign politicians to an international summit in London despite Turkey demanding answers from Britain's ambassador.
TAX officers are negotiating with UK banks over tax-avoidance schemes for customers that are estimated to have cost the Exchequer more than £3 billion.