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Jeremy Corbyn and Alan Johnson launch Labour In for Britain short campaign

The Labour Party will today (Tuesday) launch its referendum short campaign and unveil the 'Labour In for Britain' campaign bus.

What will Brexit look like? 1939, apparently.

"Cameron is really threatening war?" asks Leave.EU co-founder Arron Banks.

New research – The nation’s hardest working women revealed

Women in full and part time work in London, Scotland and the North West are on average working the most hours in the UK while female millennials are the hardest workers.

Andrew Bailey speech: Culture in financial services – a regulator’s perspective

In his last speech as Chief Executive of the Prudential Regulation Authority, Andrew Bailey explains the importance of culture to both prudential and conduct financial regulators

Far from being a cause of peace, the EU has increased hostility in Europe

UKIP Leader Nigel Farage responds to the PM's EU speech

The Prime Minister, David Cameron, is expected to say in a speech today that the UK's membership of the European Union is the only way to keep the peace in Europe.

UK will be marginalised if it votes to stay in the EU

The biggest certainty ahead of the EU referendum is that Britain will be marginalised by the eurozone if it votes to stay in

Pound rallies on stronger UK inflation, USD weakened by Fed dovishness

Pound Sterling (GBP) Exchange Rate Bolstered by Improved UK CPI

Despite poor UK industrial and manufacturing production figures the Pound began to regain ground against rivals ahead of the weekend.

IoD warns against politicising trade figures

The UK’s trade deficit narrowed very slightly in February, official figures showed [1]. Allie Renison, Head of Trade Policy at the Institute of Directors, welcomed the news,

Low-income workers urged to claim tax credits before universal credit arrives

Across the country the one million people in low-paid jobs who have yet to apply for tax credits should hurry up and do so before it’s too late and universal credit arrives in their area

Labour releases new data revealing fewer than one in four under-35s set to own a home by 2020

The Labour Party has branded government attempts to address plummeting home-ownership as “a complete failure” as new figures project that fewer than one in four under-35s

GBP remains soft, Panama Papers boost risk aversion

Pound Sterling (GBP) Exchange Rate Out of Favour on Growth Worries

Confidence in the Pound has not especially improved this week

Two-thirds of European Commission trade agreements result in a decline in UK trade growth

Most trade agreements entered by the European Commission are followed by a decline in export growth between Britain and the partner nation