In his Autumn Statement, George Osborne announced major measures on housing, tax credits and public spending. Matthew Partridge looks at the major announcements and what they mean for the UK economy.
Hedge funds have been a big part of the EU referendum debate so far. Here we profile four of the biggest players.
Jeremy Corbyn has found himself at odds with the British public over the drone strike against Jihadi John.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has had to backpedal on comments he made on the government’s ‘shoot-to-kill’ policy. Emily Hohler reports.
Discount supermarkets Aldi and Lidl have reached an unprecedented combined grocery market share of 10%.
The annual rate of consumer price inflation (CPI) held steady at -0.1% in October, the lowest since 1960.
We should celebrate the fact that people are working for longer, says Matthew Lynn – and be figuring out ways to encourage their numbers to grow.
Recent advances in the field of gene editing open up a multitude of exciting medical possibilities, says Simon Wilson. But the moral implications should be carefully monitored.
Government ministers and junior doctors are locked in a dispute that could result in the first junior doctors’ strike for 40 years.
David Cameron launched his European renegotiation this week, says Emily Hohler. But his demands have been criticised for being too modest.
India’s prime minister Narendra Modi will address a crowd of 60,0000 British Indians at Wembley Stadium.