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Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond met his budget deficit target in the 2016/17 financial year, avoiding another fiscal slip-up after he was forced into a tax policy u-turn last month. The shortfall in the public accounts in the 12...
Conservative Party will intervene in the energy market if it wins an upcoming election in June because the current system is not working properly, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said on Monday. Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives have indicated that they...
Taxi app Uber could face an increase in operator licence fees in London under proposed changes by the city's transport authority, the latest in a series of moves by regulators to rein in a firm that has disrupted the...
Britain should continue to participate in the European Union's internal energy market when it leaves the 28-nation bloc, the UK's Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Greg Clark told a parliamentary committee on Wednesday. "It is very...
By Esha Vaish British companies plan to increase their spending on advertising this year as they expect the UK economy to remain resilient despite the Brexit vote, a survey showed on Wednesday, reversing a previous forecast for a decline in...
FRANKFURT, April 4 (Xinhua) -- New 50 euro banknote as the fourth banknote in the "Europa series" issued by the European Central Bank started circulating on Tuesday. With over 9 billion of them in circulation, the 50 euro is the...
By William Schomberg and Andy Bruce | LONDON British households ran down their savings to a record low in late 2016 as they faced a fall in their spending power, a warning sign for the economy as Brexit gets underway. In...
EDF Energy has poured the concrete for some of the first permanent structures at its Hinkley Point C nuclear project site in Britain after getting the go-ahead from the nuclear regulator earlier this week, the company said on Friday. Britain's...
By Anjuli Davies | LONDON Banks are treading carefully, enacting two-stage contingency plans, to avoid losing nervous London-based staff as they work out how many jobs will have to move to continental Europe as Britain exits the European Union. British Prime...
By Tom Finn | DOHA Qatar sees Britain's exit from the European Union as an opportunity to boost supplies of liquefied natural gas to the world's fifth-largest economy and is open to investing in British energy assets, Qatar's energy minister...

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