Tax havens linked to London property

Foreign companies hold 40,000 high-value homes in capital, study finds

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 13: Eurostar's brand new e320 fleet is unveiled today complete with a live reveal of the train and special guests including Raymond Blanc and a catwalk show with 20 Eurostar staff at St Pancras Station on November 13, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for Eurostar)

Eurostar sale raises £757m for Treasury

Cross-Channel train operator stake almost twice the anticipated sum

Downing St behind challenge to Fridman deal

Scope of Russia sanctions sparked move over North Sea fields

Concerns over Carney’s BoE revolution

Questions on extent of governor’s power, overlapping committees

Type-26 frigate design

UK defence sector in peril of losing teeth

Projects vulnerable to cuts those most critical to maintaining industry

Carney rejects criticism of forex probe

BoE governor disagrees with claims that investigation too narrow

Cross-party group to campaign against SNP

Rising dismay among Labour and Tories at popularity of nationalists

Sniff out the truth on migration data

The numbers may be useful for headline writers but they oversimplify a diverse set of components

In defence of BoE cosy fireside chats

The Bank of England cannot manage markets while standing aloof

SNP drops corporation tax cut goal

Sturgeon drops signature business-friendly policy

Financial sector weakened by bank crisis

Scandals also drive a wedge between the City and fiscal mandarins

Seat moves: How the House of Commons’ composition could change

What would happen if the UK General Election were held tomorrow?

Red tape cuts exaggerated, says auditor

Regulations costing £2.8bn excluded from official estimate

Commons refit could cost £3bn, says Speaker

MPs might have to move out

BoE knocked over forex inquiry

Treasury committee member commissions critical legal opinion

Schemes vital for industry capacity are vulnerable to cuts

Schemes vital for industry capacity are vulnerable to cuts

London’s lead on pay narrows

Wages gap with rest of UK smaller since financial crisis

The oil deal caught in sanctions crossfire

UK’s move could set worrying precedent for Mikhail Fridman

London is in a world of its own

Wealth and diversity have set the UK capital apart

Northern Ireland braces for austerity

Stormont departments face axe and unions call one-day strike in protest at looming cuts

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