Payday lenders see 178% rise in complaints

Companies under fire despite tough new rules in sector

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Workers made to wait for big pay rise

Higher employment has not boosted wages, defying the textbook

UNITED KINGDOM, London: Hundreds of steelworkers from across the UK march through Westminster to keep up pressure for government help for their industry as the British steel industry declines in London, on May 25, 2016. Pic by Andrew Cowie / Story Picture Agency

Javid launches talks on steel pension shake-up

Tata tight-lipped on UK bidders as workers march

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Biogas believers pump up power of sewage

Energy from organic waste is green and economic, says Ofwat

Tidal power developer scraps China deal

Operator of renewable energy scheme to look for cheaper supplier

Novice given Northern Ireland justice post

Executive forced into hard choices as political landscape fractures

Top model agencies accused of price fixing

Regulator alleges agencies sought to achieve higher prices

Royal Mail avoids new price controls

Shares rise as investors welcome Ofcom report

IFS brands Brexit camp’s figures ‘absurd’

Think-tank rejects £18bn saving and puts exit cost at up to £40bn

Cameron urges the young to cast EU vote

Push for participation by under-25s more likely to vote Remain

WTO warns on tortuous Brexit trade talks

Azevêdo points to lengthy talks on new terms and billions in cost

Adonis role in Crossrail 2 worries north

Fears that northern high-speed link might lose out to London

Vote Leave is damaging political culture

Its relentless attacks on UK institutions are disturbing

Cameron adds to legal pressure on China

Suspicions Britain is going soft on Beijing set scene for awkward G7 security session

BHS pension payments capped at £10m a year

MPs question relationship between board chair and scheme advisers

Unhappy millennials want the same thing

Drudgery of entry-level jobs in professional services is rife

Taxman job cuts burden falls on helpline users

Cost to callers of £4 for every £1 HMRC saved by shedding staff

Fraud costs the UK up to £193bn per year

Biggest source of scams relates to company procurement

Immigration cut will hurt UK, says study

Reduction projected to leave economy 9% smaller, says NIESR

For Britain, it should be clout not out

The UK presidency will provide a special role in driving priorities

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