Many of Europe’s politicians are soon to face or have recently been through elections. The results will affect the stance each country takes in Brexit negotiations. Matthew Partridge explains why.
The “Irish question” continues to loom over the Brexit negotiations. Matthew Partridge reports.
Emily Hohler looks ahead to the chancellor’s Budget speech next week.
Betting expert Matthew Partridge looks at which politicians are tipped to stay – and who’s on the way out.
As the hysteria surrounding the Paradise Papers shows, public and political attitudes to tax avoidance are changing, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Leaks such as the Paradise Papers reveal something very worrying, says Matthew Lynn. And it’s not about those who have been caught up in the scandal.
Small businesses rally behind television presenter Noel Edmonds against the banks. David Prosser reports.
A climate is developing in which the wealthy are perceived to not be paying their way, says Cris Sholto Heaton.
Britain’s housing market is freezing over – nobody wants to buy property at the moment. John Stepek explains why, and where things might go from here.
When trading with the EU, exports are clearly important. But cheap, reliable imports keep prices low and give consumers a wider choice.
Last week’s interest-rate rise was something of a non-event. But be warned, says John Stepek – Mark Carney isn’t finished. The real fireworks are yet to come.