UK housing debate conducted in bad faith

Britain can build many more houses and remain green and pleasant

Rent controls that aren't

Both Labour and its opponents make too much of a new policy

UK ministers make Gallic gesture over BP

AstraZeneca case was catalyst for foreign investment rethink

Fuel purchase fall weakens retail sales

Data raise questions about strength of first-quarter GDP

Hounslow not origin of havoc in New York

Blaming a solitary trader for the 2010 ‘flash crash’ is disingenuous

UK consumer credit demand soars

Concern as appetite for cards and loans at highest since crisis

UK weak productivity needs bold response

Capital and labour are already deregulated, now is the time for land

UK economy failing to innovate

Measure of progress in productivity falls for third year

Professional firms weigh on productivity

Output growth at lawyers, accountants and consultants stalls

Solving productivity puzzle is key to government finances

Output per worker has stalled since 2008 crisis

Unemployment falls to seven-year low

Employment rate of 73.4% is highest since records began in 1970s

Lagarde and Schäuble praise UK economy

Osborne’s austerity measures backed by head of IMF

Political pledges hit by fickle forecasts

IMF warning shows folly of promising ‘things you can’t guarantee’

Election jitters prompt gilt exodus

International investors reduce UK bond holdings

UK poll uncertainty holds back sterling

Currency investors buy insurance against big swings in pound

IMF praises UK’s ‘solid’ growth

Fund urges Bank of England not to raise rates

Manifesto gets mixed business reaction

Infrastructure stance welcomed but market-meddling causes unease

Most business chiefs back Britain in EU

Three-quarters of those polled say ‘Brexit’ would hurt UK economy

Esher and Walton tops earnings table

Chelsea FC players and celebrities call constituency home

Salaries rising for skills in short supply

Swift pay growth for some but across-board settlements subdued

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