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3 hours ago

Duncan Smith welcomes Bank claim

Ian Duncan Smith addresses the Conservative spring forum.

Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has welcomed suggestions from a key Bank of England committee that benefit reforms may be driving a rise in self employment.

6 hours ago

Clegg launches Lib Dems' campaign

Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg will accuse David Cameron and Ed Miliband over Europe

David Cameron and Ed Miliband are "missing in action" in the fight against "populists and xenophobes", Nick Clegg will claim today as he launches the Liberal Democrats' European election campaign.

6 hours ago

Welfare plans 'risk well-being'

Iain Duncan Smith said Scottish Government proposals 'would risk the well-being of vulnerable people'

The British Government has raised more concerns about the future cost of pensions and benefits in an independent Scotland.

13 hours ago

Bosses to face shareholder anger

Bosses at Barclays are likely to face angry shareholders at tomorrow's annual general meeting.

Barclays bosses will face more shareholder anger over pay tomorrow when the banking giant holds its annual general meeting in London.

15 hours ago

Factory orders picking up speed

Exports have been growing strongly

Factory orders are growing at their fastest rate for nearly two decades, figures showed today, as Bank of England policymakers said the UK's economic recovery was "building momentum".

19 hours ago

Hundreds apply for Mrs Farage's job

Nigel Farage claimed that only his wife was capable of being his assistant

Hundreds of British workers have come forward to challenge Nigel Farage's claim that only his German wife is capable of doing the job of being his assistant, an employment agency has said.