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UK jobless levels lowest since 2005
Unemployment in the UK has fallen to its lowest levels since 2005, according to the latest figures.
Markets fear major turbulence if UK votes 'Leave'
The world's major financial institutions, including Citi and Goldman Sachs, are to call in senior traders to work through the night following the Brexit vote.
Osborne faces Tory backlash over Brexit austerity warning
The finance minister warned a Brexit would force him to raise taxes and cut spending, sparking revolt within his own party.
Jobs or no jobs? The Brexit question of the day
Labour Party heavyweights have waded into the Brexit debate by claiming if the country votes to leave the EU public sector jobs will be at risk.
Asian and European shares tumble over Brexit fears
Fears that Britain looks set to leave the European Union has sent jitters through the financial Markets.
The Brief from Brussels: UK firms weigh in on Brexit
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of all the news stories making headlines in Europe’s political capital.
UK department store chain BHS to close with thousands of jobs lost
One of Britain's best known department store chains, BHS, is to close after attempts to find a buyer failed. More than 10,000 people will lose their jobs.
UK business investment falls
Business investment in Britain fell in annual terms between January and March amid uncertainty around the vote on whether the UK stays in the European Union.
UK April inflation slips
Inflation in British slipped in April for the first time since September last year. Consumer prices rose 0.3 percent from April 2015 as the cost of airfares and clothes fell.
Referendum fears hit UK services growth
Britain's dominant services industry is being hit by uncertainty over the EU referendum in June and the state of the global economy according to the latest surveys of businesses.
UK economic growth slows
Britain's economy slowed in the early part of this year, apparently effected by reduced global growth and uncertainty ahead of the referendum on the UK's European membership.
'Permanently poorer' Brexit warning from UK finance minister
UK finance minister George Osborne says Britons will be "permanently poorer" if they vote to leave the European Union in a referendum in June, his comments based on a Treasury analysis.
It's a Tesco turnaround as supermarket returns to profit after record losses
It is a Tesco turnaround as Britain's biggest retailer returns to profit for the first time in three years.
UK inflation on the rise hit by hikes in air fares and clothing
UK inflation has risen to 0.5 percent from 0.3 percent according to the Consumer Prices Index.
All major indicators show the UK economy at a 'low ebb'
UK growth looks set to slide according to the British Chamber of Commerce.
Brexit 'could cost UK billions' says Confederation of British Industry
A British vote to leave the European Union could cost the UK economy billions and close to one million lost jobs by 2020, according to research commissioned by the Confederation of British Industry.
UK economic growth solid but heavily dependent on consumer spending
Britain's economy relied heavily on consumer spending to drive growth at the end of 2015, with a sharp fall in business investment and a drag from trade.
UK jobless rate down, wage growth slows
Even as the unemployment rate fell, wage growth in Britain in the three months to November was the slowest since February, reducing pressure on the Bank of England to raise interest rates.
Britain's growth revised downwards suggesting recovery losing momentum
The British economy grew at a slower rate than previously estimated during at least half of 2015, according to official data. Weaker growth in the
RBS and Standard Chartered pulled up but British banks pass stress tests
A Bank of England stress test has singled out two British institutions – the Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Chartered – for not having enough
Britain's economy slows as trade hit by global decline
Britain’s economy slowed in the three months to September as trade held back growth, a victim of the global decline. The latest figures from the
UK's economic growth slows more than expected
Britain’s economic growth slowed up in the year’s third quarter, partly due to the biggest fall in construction in three years. GDP grew by 0.5
Britain's unemployment rate falls to seven-year low
Britain’s jobless rate surprisingly fell to its lowest level since mid-2008 in the three months to August, according to official figures. It fell 0.1
UK economy grew by 0.7 percent in second quarter
In the UK economic growth remained steady at 0.7 percent for the second quarter according to official figures. Analysts had been expecting such a
UK budget creates higher wage, lower tax, lower welfare economy
The British finance minister has used the first conservative party budget in nearly 20 years to reshape the world’s fifth-largest economy. George
British Chancellor introduces living wage and cuts benefits
George Osborne, Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer, produced a surprising budget when he introduced a squeeze on benefits before announcing a new