Suspicious trading at historic low in UK

Abnormal price movements preceded 13.9 per cent of deals in 2014

Chelsea stadium takes cue from 14th century

Football club reveals plans inspired by the architecture of Westminster Abbey

Survey fuels optimism in UK construction

PMI report shows jump in confidence and strong order books

Summer Budget: wishlists

Lobby groups submit proposals to chancellor

Keep politics out of infrastructure

Economic strength depends on independent system to identify national needs and priorities

Customer service employees at their computers taking calls.
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Complaints soar over data abuse

Commissioner says nuisance calls ‘making lives a misery’

Tinker, tailor, taxman, fixer?

The chancellor should heed calls for broad tax reform

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BBC to axe more than 1,000 jobs

Unexpected rise in number of households without TV licences

Lynn Wooten

US-style student grade system urged for UK

Universities minister wants to help employers find top candidates

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Whitworth gallery wins top arts prize

Manchester venue scoops £100,000 annual award after revamp

A convincing case for Heathrow expansion

Cameron must end years of dithering and back the Davies plan

Pensioners abroad face steep tax charges

HMRC announces cull of eligible schemes for transferring savings overseas

Glimmers of hope on productivity problem

Companies are starting to invest more in equipment as pay rises

UK employee co-ops on a productivity roll

Survey finds worker-driven groups increased turnover and profits

Heathrow plan ‘fundamentally different’

Sir Howard Davies says radical changes make plan viable

Sir Howard does the polymath on Heathrow

Glasto duties were more of a challenge for multitasking mind

Housing lessons in tale of two cities

Relative growth may depend on homebuilding policies

A third runway at Heathrow will never fly

You need not be a cynic to suspect policy-based evidence-making

UK manufacturing activity stagnant

Export orders fall as demand from Europe remains subdued

BoE warns of UK risks from Greek crisis

Bank concerned contagion could spread to other euro economies

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