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Martin Lewis issues urgent warning on NS&I following 2021-03-03 14:45:30NS&I WILL be launching a new green savings bond and following their announcement, Rishi Sunak addressed the new product today. However, following

Budget poll: Should Rishi Sunak have frozen lifetime 2021-03-03 12:48:00PENSION changes, inheritance tax and stamp duty announcements were made today as Rishi Sunak delivered his 2021 Budget. Experts across a number of fin

IR35: Rishi Sunak's rollout will be 'disastrous for 2021-03-03 12:39:25IR35 changes will be "disastrous" for the the self-employed, Rishi Sunak has been warned after he announced his Budget plans.

Tax credit claimants to get a £500 boost: 2021-03-03 11:15:37UNIVERSAL Credit and working tax credit claimants received additional support from Rishi Sunak today, as the Chancellor laid out his 2021 Budget. Mr S

Savers to be offered new green government-backed bond 2021-03-03 10:51:49The Chancellor has unveiled a new NS&I green bond for savers.

Pension stealth tax: Rishi Sunak's raid on pensioners 2021-03-03 08:56:00PENSION lifetime allowance has been frozen for five years in what is being thought of as a stealth tax on British savers.

Inheritance tax raid: Rishi's stealth tax worth millions 2021-03-03 08:54:00INHERITANCE Tax rates have been frozen, but has the tax been made into a stealth tax?

Tax allowance 2021/22: Has the income tax allowance 2021-03-03 08:01:00INCOME TAX is charged on most types of incomes, and those who work will recognise the tax deduction on their monthly payslips. But has the income tax

Self-employed grant date: When can I apply for 2021-03-03 07:55:00SELF-EMPLOYED grants from the Government have been vital in keeping many businesses afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, so when can you apply for

State pension: Triple lock fears increase as Budget 2021-03-03 02:41:00STATE pension payments are important to millions of pensioners. However, with the Budget set to be laid out today, there are mounting fears the triple

Budget 2021: What time is Rishi Sunak delivering 2021-03-02 08:48:20THE BUDGET is just around the corner as Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver an update on the nation's finances and what to expect in the coming month

Inheritance Tax changes: Chancellor Rishi Sunak walking ‘tax 2021-03-02 08:39:00RISHI SUNAK is due to unveil the Budget for 2021 later this week, but could Inheritance Tax be one of the areas the Chancellor targets to recover the

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US suspends tariffs on UK exports in Airbus-Boeing New! 2021-03-04 10:00:56Biden administration moves to de-escalate long running trade row with temporary measure

Square to buy majority stake in Jay-Z’s Tidal New! 2021-03-04 09:50:57Mobile payments group will pay nearly $300m in a mixture of cash and stock

Italy blocks shipment of Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine to Australia New! 2021-03-04 09:34:26Move threatens to heighten global tensions over procurement of Covid jabs

New US jobless claims bump higher to 745,000 New! 2021-03-04 08:51:41Pace of lay-offs remains stubbornly high despite some easing of coronavirus curbs

Financial bubbles also lead to golden ages of New! 2021-03-04 08:47:57The ESG stock frenzy of today, however egregious, may yet translate into a better tomorrow

Tesla to become adviser on nickel project in New! 2021-03-04 08:42:38Electric-car maker to lock in supplies of component used in batteries in New Caledonia deal

Deliveroo targets $10bn valuation in London IPO New! 2021-03-04 08:38:08Food delivery group’s plan follows review of UK listing rules and is expected to be one of City’s largest in 2021

Flash rally in Bank of Japan shares leaves New! 2021-03-04 07:13:03Central bank’s stock, which is highly illiquid and offers no dividend, is up 90% this month

Government bond sell-off pauses ahead of Powell remarks New! 2021-03-04 06:30:59Slide in debt prices puts pressure on Federal Reserve’s monetary policy stance

House Democrats pass landmark US voting rights bill New! 2021-03-04 02:54:00Legislation to counter Republican efforts to restrict ballot access clears first hurdle

US policymakers lose faith in official unemployment rate New! 2021-03-04 00:00:27Decline in labour force participation during pandemic means headline number is too rosy

Petrobras row highlights Brazil’s dependence on truckers New! 2021-03-04 00:00:27Bolsonaro ousted head of state-controlled oil major after he refused to cap price of fuel

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Britain’s vaccination campaign begins to show results 2021-02-18 11:01:25ON FEBRUARY 14TH, a day ahead of schedule, the government met its target: 15m people had been vaccinated by the middle of the month. Shortly after Bor

Growing cannabis on Britain’s smallest islands 2021-02-18 11:01:25THE ICE-CREAM parlours and music halls of the Isle of Man were once packed each summer with workers who travelled ten hours on a steamer to a Manx bea

We’re hiring 2021-02-18 11:01:25The Economist’s Britain section is looking for a writer. A clear and entertaining writing style and an ability to spot interesting stories are e

Solar power’s NIMBY problem 2021-02-18 11:01:25LAST AUTUMN, a woman in Freckenham, a pretty Suffolk village, accepted a bid for her house from a London couple who had looked around it. After resear

Tories bet on culture wars to unite disparate 2021-02-18 11:01:25LONG BEFORE he or any of his readers had ever heard the term, Boris Johnson cast himself as the antithesis of all that is woke. His columns in the Dai

How Keir Starmer got stuck 2021-02-18 11:01:25WHEN HE WON the leadership of a shattered Labour Party in April 2020, Sir Keir Starmer got off to a blistering start, wresting control of his party fr

Britain’s fintech crown is under assault 2021-02-18 11:01:25LESS THAN a decade ago Michael Kent and his fellow entrepreneurs were regulars in Downing Street. David Cameron, then prime minister, and George Osbor

How Britain decarbonised faster than any other rich 2021-02-14 11:26:52OVER THE summer of 2020, as coronavirus cases fell and life in Britain felt briefly normal, something very abnormal was happening to the country&

Migration between England, Scotland and Northern Ireland is 2021-02-11 10:49:40IN THE EARLY 1990s Tennent, a Scottish brewer, ran a television advert designed to play on the homesickness of migrant workers in London. A Scottish o

Britain’s hardening stance on China 2021-02-11 10:49:40IT WILL BE a more fitting home for a rising superpower than the delegation’s current poky premises in Marylebone. Overlooking the Tower of Londo

A secret world of illicit fun 2021-02-11 10:49:40ALEX, A CRYPTO-CURRENCY trader in east London, is a party animal. For a while covid-19 put a brake on his hedonism, but during this lockdown the bored

Britons are keen to share their vaccine supplies 2021-02-11 10:49:40BRITAIN EMBARKED on a vaccine shopping spree last year, securing 367m doses of seven potential candidates. Since three have been approved and two deli

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Government tells Bank of England to join climate 2021-03-03 17:15:04Rishi Sunak yesterday he had given the instruction to Threadneedle Street in an updated policy remit. that says it must take account of plans to trans

Now Greensill Bank faces a criminal lawsuit in 2021-03-03 17:14:40Greensill Bank, the lender's German division, is facing a criminal lawsuit after the country's regulator BaFin filed a complaint with prosecutors ac

ALEX BRUMMER: The risk of higher rates upsetting 2021-03-03 17:14:03The most startling number in the budget is tucked away at the back of the Red Book. It reveals that, in the current fiscal year which ends on April 5,

How the Budget transforms the fortunes of the 2021-03-03 17:13:40The Chancellor of the Exchequer said Britain needs a 'different economic geography' to recover after the pandemic and to make the most of the opport

Rishi Sunak's sleepless nights as he fights to 2021-03-03 17:13:24Chancellor Rishi Sunak has had no option but to open the taps during the pandemic and while there is still much more spending to come, he has made it

Former LSE boss Dame Clara Furse heads campaign 2021-03-03 17:13:10Dame Clara Furse will establish a group to turn the City into the world's biggest hub for trading carbon offsets. Furse, 63, is the chairman of HSBC

Boss of insurer Hiscox expresses regret over unpaid 2021-03-03 17:12:52Bronek Masojada said it was important to 'learn from this experience' -0 but stopped short of an apology. Hiscox refused claims from small companies

MARKET REPORT: Micro Focus on cloud nine after Amazon 2021-03-03 17:12:33Micro Focus specialises in wringing profit out of old computer systems it acquires by selling software and maintenance services to banks and retailers

Eurozone headed for double-dip recession amid slow vaccine 2021-03-03 17:12:12Research group IHS Markit said output in the single currency bloc was on course to fall over the first three months this year. That would follow a 0.6

Confidence among UK services sector firms at highest 2021-03-03 17:11:49In its latest health check on the economy, IHS Markit suggested that the services sector 'stabilised' in February following a sharp contraction in J

City warns over UK dash to join Spacs 2021-03-03 17:10:43A review by Lord Hill, a former EU commissioner, has advocated scrapping the requirement for so-called special purpose acquisition companies to suspen

Budget 2021: An extra 300k house sales could 2021-03-03 16:43:32An extra 300,000 house sales could beat the new June stamp duty holiday deadline, according to forecasts by property website Rightmove.


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