The Chancellor George Osborne today joined global leaders in pledging to crack down on tax avoidance among the world's multi-million pound corporations. Back home Ed Miliband also had big earners in his sights as he tried to draw Nick Clegg into a row with his coalition allies over mansion taxes.
ITV News' political correspondent Carl Dinnen reports:
More top news
Nurses and midwives make up the highest proportion of shortages, with the average post only drawing three applications, new figures show.
Three drivers filmed racing at speeds of up to 134mph have been given suspended prison sentences and banned from the roads for 12 months.
Marvyn Iheanacho, 39, flew into a rage and subjected his girlfriend's son Alex Malcolm to a brutal attack in Mountsfield Park in Catford.