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Treasury unease over fears of No 10 U-turn on national insurance hike

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The Treasury is becoming increasingly alarmed that Boris Johnson may be preparing to scrap the national insurance rise in a desperate attempt to placate rightwing Tory MPs as he fights to save his job. The Guardian un...

Treasury plans crackdown on ‘misleading’ cryptocurrency ads

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The government has unveiled plans to crack down on misleading cryptocurrency ads by making them subject to the same regulations as marketing for other financial products such as shares and insurance. The Treasury has ...

Treasury defends ‘impromptu’ drinks party after Sunak’s autumn budget

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The Treasury has been forced to defend officials holding an “impromptu” drinks party to celebrate Rishi Sunak’s autumn spending review during lockdown, è emerso. A spokesperson insisted it was a “small number” o...

Treasury frustration at PM grows amid calls for No 10 shake-up

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Frustrations are growing in the Treasury at No 10’s handling of significant political decisions after a series of botched announcements, with sources calling for a shake-up of the Downing Street operation. After a tum...

Osborne’s ‘Google tax’ on overseas profits now raises zero revenue, Treasury reveals

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A “Google tax” introduced by the coalition government to crack down on multinationals shifting profits overseas has been criticised as a “total failure”, as new documents show it is predicted to raise no money over th...

Treasury minister praised for divulging his agoraphobia

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A minister has been praised for “leading by example” after he spoke openly about his experience of agoraphobia, a condition that leads to thousands of hospital admissions every year. Simon Clarke, the chief secretary ...

Treasury minister skips pre-budget photo citing agoraphobia

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Simon Clarke, the chief secretary to the Treasury, has said he would not take part in the traditional pre-budget photo with the chancellor as he is agoraphobic. He said the condition “prevents me being comfortable in ...

Treasury could raise £16bn a year if shares and property were taxed like salaries

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The government could raise an extra £16bn a year if the low tax rates on profits from shares and property were increased and brought back into line with taxes on salaries. Exclusive analysis of data on the 540,000 wea...

Fuel duty losses in green transition may mean new taxes, Treasury warns

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New taxes may be needed to replace billions of pounds in lost income from fuel duty on petrol and diesel cars, the Treasury has warned, revealing concerns at the heart of government over risks to the public finances f...

Energy crisis: minister denies Kwasi Kwarteng lied over Treasury claims

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A minister has sought to play down splits between government departments over support for firms struggling with fast-rising energy prices, denying that the business secretary had lied and blaming a spat between the Tr...

US treasury secretary Yellen: global minimum corporate tax will pass

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The US treasury secretary, Janet Yellen, said on Sunday she was confident Congress would approve legislation to implement the global corporate minimum tax agreed by 136 Paesi. Yellen told ABC’s This Week actions ...

Treasury minister branded ‘ridiculous’ after claiming HGV driver shortage nothing to do with Brexit – live

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Simon Clarke, chief secretary to the Treasury, tells BBC: ‘The idea that this is somehow just a British problem is fundamentally wrong’

Treasury blocking green policies key to UK net zero target

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The Treasury is blocking green policies essential to put the UK on track to net zero emissions, imperilling the UK’s own targets and the success of vital UN climate talks, experts have told the Guardian. A string of p...

Treasury wants us to ‘live with Covid’ – but what does that mean?

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Sajid Javid’s return from the political wilderness was sudden and unexpected, but as Matt Hancock’s replacement he quickly made his mark. The new health secretary has made his opinion clear that England has to learn t...

The Treasury missed a green trick when it handed out Covid cash

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When the government reacted to the coronavirus pandemic in 2020 with unprecedented rescue funds, ministers were urged to attach strings before the money disappeared out the door. The strings would have forced employer...

Treasury to sell £1.1bn in NatWest shares, cutting taxpayer stake to 54.8%

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The government has launched the sale of a £1.1bn stake in NatWest to cut the British taxpayer’s holding in the bank, which was bailed out during the financial crisis more than a decade ago. In the second selldown this...

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