autumn statement 2014

Yesterday's Autumn Statement was a big day for business reporters, not least Sky News' Ian King. So imagine the panic he
George Osborne's measures to crack down on tax avoidance are "pernicious" and will hit normal Britons rather than big multinational
Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats risk being stuck in "political no-man's land" with their approach to the coalition, an
Thanks to the hard work and sacrifice of the British people we've come a long way from Labour's Great Recession. This year's Autumn Statement was about seeing the job through and laying the foundations for future prosperity. I'm proud to support it.
George Osborne has come under fire for a "ridiculous stunt" after boasting that his economic management means that Britain
George Osborne has been accused of having a "warped view" of the housing market after telling MPs that homes at £250,000
George Osborne admitted he would miss his annual borrowing target by £5 billion but said voters should let him "finish the
George Osborne has signalled that he will challenge Labour to back his "Charter for Budget Responsibility", which would set
George Osborne's plans to bring in £7 billion of tax cuts in the next Parliament will help the rich far more than the poor