David Cameron hints government may bring back 10p tax rate

David Cameron hints government may bring back 10p tax rate in move that could put 250 in pockets of every British taxpayer By James Chapman PUBLISHED: 02:02 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:26 GMT, 14 February 2013 Change: David Cameron signalled yesterday that the Government may bring back the 10p tax rate axed by Gordon Brown David Cameron signalled yesterday that the Government may bring back the 10p tax rate axed by Gordon Brown. The Treasury is thought to be considering plans that have been drawn up by Conservative MPs for a chunk of taxable income – probably the first 2,500 – to be taxed at 10p in the pound rather than the current rate of 20p.

Starbucks to pay more tax after public outcry at its financial dealings

Starbucks set to cave in and pay more tax after threats of boycott at its 'immoral' financial dealings The US-owned coffee chain have not paid corporation tax for 14 yearsIt recorded no taxable profits despite enjoying a 31 per cent market shareThe chain is facing a boycott, backed by the Treasury chief secretary | UPDATED: 07:34 GMT, 4 December 2012 Outcry: Starbucks is set to pay more tax in the UK after it was accused of acting 'immorally' after it emerged that it has paid no corporation tax in 14 of the past 15 years Starbucks is set to pay more tax in the UK following public outcry at its convoluted financial dealings. The US-owned coffee chain was accused by MPs of acting ‘immorally’ after it emerged that it has paid no corporation tax in this country for 14 of the past 15 years.