UK economy: Britain is on course for its longest fall in living standards since records began, with wages not returning to their pre-financial crisis levels until at least 2025
Britain’s economy has grown by just 0.3 percent in the second quarter of 2017, marking what government statisticians are calling a “notable slowdown”
In the volatile political age in which we live, new parties are springing to power all over. Will the shake up reach the UK's shores?
The OECD predicts falling GDP growth for the UK, and that Brexit will be costly.
Britain's economy sped up at the end of 2016 but there were signs the Brexit vote will increasingly act as a brake on growth this year.
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.
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
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