The Chancellor will use Wednesday's Budget to announce the biggest clampdown on tax avoidance since 2004, raising twice as much as the £500m a year predicted when the initiative was launched last December.
In what some are dubbing a "Robin Hood" Budget, George Osborne will close tax loopholes used by high net worth individuals and introduce a "Learjet levy" on people using private jets, the Financial Times...
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