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LABOUR donor Lord Paul yesterday said that he would give up his non-dom status and pay full tax in the UK.
THE man who is believed to have bankrolled the Conservatives for decades has finally admitted he is not paying full taxes in the UK.
ALEX Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon were wrong to auction lunches at the Holyrood restaurant for party funds, Scottish Parliament authorities suggested last night.
THE SNP candidate who stood to benefit from auctioned lunches with Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon has defended the fund-raising scheme.
THE cash-for-access row surrounding First Minister Alex Salmond deepened last night when the SNP revealed he had agreed to attend a further three lunches at the Scottish Parliament in exchange for party donations.
PRESSURE mounted on First Minister Alex Salmond and his deputy Nicola Sturgeon last night when their plans to auction lunches were criticised by the former head of a sleaze watchdog.
THE Tories said last night they would investigate claims that they had failed to declare the true sources of almost £40,000 in donations.
THE Labour MSP whose actions helped to bring down Wendy Alexander as Scottish party leader has been handed a key job in its front-bench team.
TAX exiles are to be banned from donating large sums of money to political parties in a surprise move by the UK government.
A BID to ban political parties from accepting donations from individuals who avoid paying tax in Britain has gathered mass support among MPs, The Scotsman can reveal.
WENDY Alexander, the Scottish Labour leader, will not be prosecuted for failing to register donations to her leadership campaign, it was announced yesterday.
NO WRITTEN records have been kept about negotiations between 10 Downing Street and police over Tony Blair's cash-forhonours interviews, it emerged yesterday.
SCOTTISH ministers hit back last night over claims they had stepped in "inappropriately" to save a leading SNP donor's £80 million development.
WENDY Alexander will not face a police investigation into the illegal donation received by her leadership campaign, Scottish Secretary Des Browne claimed.
ALAN Johnson insisted he had been "100 per cent honest" after becoming the latest Cabinet minister to be embroiled in a donations scandal.
ANOTHER cabinet minister was at the centre of new questions over donations last night.
CABINET minister Des Browne has predicted that no more high-profile Labour politicians will be forced to resign in the donations row.
PETER Hain, the under-fire Work and Pensions Secretary, has been cleared of breaking the ministerial code.