FROM CANDY MAN TO TAXMAN
Why questions about the tax affairs of the Candy brothers, of One Hyde Park fame, should embarrass the man who now chairs the board of HMRC.
Osborne aide Rupert Harrison lands a job with asset manager BlackRock after designing the pension reforms on which it is cashing in. Fancy!
The high court ruling that cruelly bars those jailed for crimes they did not commit from receiving compensation for their ruined lives.
HIGHLANDS AND (OFFSHORE) ISLANDS
The hundreds of thousands of Scottish acres owned in shady offshore havens giving tax breaks to their elusive lairds.
CHAOS INTO CASH
Cuts are causing havoc in west London hospitals, but there’s good money to be made by the consultants and PR companies spinning the plans through.
Satanic ritual abuse has been debunked, but a recent child abuse training day run by compensation chasing lawyers was still told it was a reality.
University of Bolton edges up the rankings largely due to the success of its film production course – whose leader has been controversially sacked.
More evidence emerges that private health firms touting for NHS work are facing serious financial problems of their own.
LICENCE TO MAKE MONEY
How automatic court fees hit the thousands who appear in court each week for failing to make a TV licence payment disproportionately hard.
SKY’S THE LIMIT
Scottish islanders challenge the high price of flights to the mainland as the only airline covering the routes turns a healthy profit at their expense.