Economic inequality to keep rising in 2019
Will replace MAS, TPAS and Pension Wise
Follows positive growth figures
Part of new report on executive pay
Valuing safeguarded benefits too complex
What would happen if the UK became independent?
Financial markets are "ripe for major decline" next year, according to a fund manager who forecast the dotcom bubble and 2008's global credit crisis.
Activist government may target investors
Anti-corruption drive implications
Eyes down for Election 2015
The sharp fall in the UK inflation rate is not cause for concern, Chancellor George Osborne will say in a speech later today.
The government's privatisation of the Royal Mail was underpriced by £180m, a report commissioned by Business Secretary Vince Cable has suggested.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has warned major cuts to public services will be needed to finance the measures announced in the Autumn Statement.
UK public borrowing rose more than expected in August, figures released by the government today have revealed.
The government has been told it can sue French banking giant Societe Generale for allegedly mis-selling financial products to Northern Rock that were partly to blame for UK lender's collapse.
Taxpayers lost out on roughly £1bn in the Royal Mail initial public offering due to poorly-priced shares, MPs have said.
A review into how the the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) reach decisions in enforcement cases has been opened by the government, amid concerns over fairness, independence and transparency.
The government could have reaped more value from the Royal Mail sale it if had been less cautious and better controlled access to shares, the National Audit Office has said.
Investors will find little value in Lloyds Banking Group shares due to "limited" growth prospects, a UK equities manager has said.
Chancellor George Osborne has said he will cap the country's welfare budget each year for the next four years from April 2015 - but the state pension will not be included.
The Financial Services Bill, which will deliver fundamental reform of financial regulation in the UK, has received Royal Assent.
The government is considering nationalising the 316 Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) branches currently up for sale, with a view to creating a new business lender, the Sunday Times reports.
A government-backed report on the UK's financial services industry is expected to call for an end to the requirement for companies to issue quarterly updates.
A former member of the Monetary Policy Committee has claimed Bank of England governor Mervyn King was "unprepared for the crisis" that wrecked the world economy and "controlled the bank with an iron fist."