UK borrowing slows slightly

Between April and November the UK public sector net borrowing (excluding public sector banks – PSNB ex) was £75.8 billion, which is a decrease of £0.5 billion compared to the same period last year.

2015 will be a year of ‘tempered optimism’, forecasts Investec Wealth & Investment

• Significant progress has been made to repair the global economy and this will help drive a more positive investment environment in 2015

• 2015 will still be marked by volatility, a factor that investors will have to get used to after several years of low volatility and limited market setbacks

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Will tomorrow’s retirees be living on the poverty line?

Business & Finance

UK Businesses Taking On Energy Saving Challenge

SME’s across the UK are jumping on an initiative launched by an impartial energy comparison service based in Bolton. Latching onto the fact that small to medium sized businesses are looking to improve their profitability,

Wales offers businesses the best of everything

Zero-hours workers earn nearly £300 a week less than permanent employees

The route to reviving professional standards in banking


Leaders Debates: 79% of public want to see Green Party represented at the ITV Leaders Debate

Four in five members’ of the public want to see the Green Party represented at next year’s Leaders Debates*. A whopping 79% of people surveyed in an poll by ICM said they would welcome seeing a Green Party representative at the ITV Leaders Debate in 2015.

Security experts warn neighbourhoods of festive burglars

Twelve days of deflation points to ECB epiphany

What will it take to end Russia’s currency crisis?

Science, Technology & Environment

Concerns raised about variable performance of some UK personal use breathalysers

Concerns raised about variable performance of some UK personal use breathalysers

Ability of devices to detect potentially unsafe alcohol levels prompts questions about regulatory process

The UK Donates £720m To The UN’s Green Climate Fund

Energy Secretary, Ed Davey, recently announced plans

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