No new money, says infrastructure sector

Ministers are relying on private funding for infrastructure projects such as a supersewer that will run from west London to Straford
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Building companies welcome details on construction projects

Green light for ‘driverless car’ trials

London, Bristol, Coventry and Milton Keynes chosen as test sites

Changes will not halt North Sea decline

Nothing in the chancellor’s statement that can override weak economics

P2P lenders welcome tax relief boost

From 2016 individuals will be able to offset losses from bad loans

North Sea oil tax burden eased

Supplementary charge on profits trimmed to 30%

UK gives £5.9bn boost to science spending

Cash for new materials institute in Manchester and big data centre

Camera and action: John Keedwell teaches executives how to use video as a marketing tool

Video business wants faster broadband

Company founder urges ambitious policy

Osborne cracks down on banks and multinationals

Chancellor announces changes to structure of stamp duty

Banks hit by Osborne’s £3.5bn tax plans

Curbs planned on ability to use past losses to offset tax bills

Ministers probe lost insurance business

Osborne will establish a group to put forward possible reforms

Northeast given £28m for product centre

CPI involved in projects from windowless aircraft to graphene

Flash of 1980s style offers few benefits

Banks will groan at another lash of the whip

UK plans to raise £1bn with ‘Google tax’

Osborne to make sure that multinationals ‘pay their fair share’

‘Business-friendly’ speech praised

Lobby groups pleased there was no ‘great pre-election giveaway’

Retailers welcome business rates review

Questions remain over the timing of changes

R&D tax relief a big UK attraction

Fuel cell group chief wants support to bring products to market

Tax changes offer hope for businesses

Nursery owner says relief on VAT for hospices sets precedent

Small businesses set for £900m boost

Chancellor expected to announce extension to Funding for Lending

Tax devolution unites Northern Ireland

Business hopes corporation tax will soon match that in Republic

Osborne to back devolution of business tax to Belfast

Autumn Statement move prepares the way for a hung parliament pact

Mixed response to A1 upgrade announcement

£290m improvement welcomed, but more work seen as needed

Banks in move to 5-day account switching

Autumn Statement announcement expected to shy from full portability

Tech experts urge boost to infrastructure

Call for better connections between ‘Golden Triangle’ of hubs

Crackdown on tax abuses by tech companies

Multinational companies braced for crackdown by Revenue

UK manufacturers lower their expectations

Number of companies expecting rise in output and orders plunges

Autumn Statement 2014: Osborne set to boost innovation centres

Significant rise in funding expected in Autumn Statement

Autumn Statement 2014: Kids TV tax boost

Chancellor ‘looking seriously’ at helping children’s creative sector

Autumn Statement 2014: Chancellor pressed to aid UK oil and gas

Industry lobby says price fall threatens to hit development

Autumn Statement 2014: Business wish list

Osborne lobbied for ‘affordable measures to keep growth motoring’

Autumn statement: Business wish lists

Lobby groups submit plans ahead of chancellor’s December 3 speech

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