Race to Downing Street turns to income tax and social care
Potential for gilt sales increasing
General Election 2017
Differing results depending on election outcome
Comments ahead of the General Election
Conservatives down by a similar amount
After a disastrous night for Labour and the Liberal Democrats, we are several steps closer to knowing the identity of the next pensions minister.
Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, and Nigel Farage have all resigned after suffering election defeat at the hands of the Conservatives.
Pensions minister Steve Webb and business secretary Vince Cable have lost their seats after a calamitous evening for the Liberal Democrats saw the party underperform even the most pessimistic forecasts.
Can the press really influence the election?
A torrid year for equities in 2015?
A higher threshold for income tax will be the Liberal Democrats' top priority at next month's Budget, deputy Prime Minster Nick Clegg will say today.
Vince Cable has launched another broadside against banks, branding them as ‘anti-business' and slamming them for their "greed and stupidity".
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg will argue for a "time-limited" extra tax on the UK's wealthiest people as politicians reconvene after their summer breaks.
Senior Liberal Democrats believe the party may have to "disengage" from government early to avoid a heavy defeat at the next general election in 2015, according to reports.
By the time you read this column, the pre-Budget pantomime will be reaching a fever pitch.
The coalition government's cuts to child benefit for anyone earning over £44,000 is ‘a worry' and answers from the Treasury are ‘not good enough', pensions minister Steve Webb has been caught saying.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has warned of a second credit crunch if bank lending does not begin to flow across the economy.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg believes the coalition needs to deliver a "difficult" budget today to ensure the UK can avoid the scenarios seen in Greece and Spain.
Gordon Brown is to step down as Prime Minister in September and will ask the party to "set in train" a leadership contest to replace him.
The verdict? It is over for Gordon Brown...