Haldane rejects call for early rate rise

Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane is warning against an early rise in interest rates

Central bank economist points to risk of recession

Javid attacks CBI for pro-EU stance

Business secretary tells industry leaders not to pre-empt talks

China to be top overseas investor by 2020

Country’s global offshore assets to surge to $20tn

Network Rail upgrades shunted into sidings

Government shakes up operator after costly management delays

Incomes rise fastest for poorer households

Official data confound predictions of rising poverty

Migrants push UK population to record high

Official data show median age hitting 40

The wrong tax reform

There are many ways to improve UK taxation. Cutting the top rate is not one of them

Bank hawk says prepare for rate rise

Wages and jobless data could require response, says Weale

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 30: Mayor of London, Boris Johnson poses for a photograph at the launch of London's first ever cycle hire scheme on July 30, 2010 in London, England. It is hoped that the flagship cycling scheme which comprises of a total of 5000 bikes spread over 315 docking stations across the capital will help build on the growth in cycle journeys taken on London's major roads. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Boris Johnson
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Londoners need transport that works

Beware politicians bearing gimmicks, writes Evelyn de Rothschild

Sorry from pro-euro camp would be welcome

For all the advantages to be eked out of an apology, the most pressing case for it is moral

Getting fiscal policy right

Osborne's political trap occasions some principled thinking

UK simplifies visas for Chinese visitors

Deal with Belgium will allow joint applications with Schengen area

UK wages rise at fastest rate since crisis

Economists caution impressive pay figures built on shaky foundations

Surplus debate that smacks of irrelevance

Yet another incarnation of the same idea in law

Social gulf dividing UK’s elite professions

Discriminating on the basis of class damages all

Brexit blunder spurs BoE email switch

Project Bookend blunder prompts bank to remove email tool

UK construction data show firmer recovery

Figures could lead to upwards revision of 2014 growth figures

BoE acts to encourage whistleblowers

Regulator aims to improve functioning of markets

Developing nation growth slowing, warns World Bank

Rich countries to resume role as growth engine

UK industrial production rises sharply

Oil and gas sector makes up for disappointing manufacturers’ data


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