Mark Carney: EU exit is 'biggest domestic risk'
The possibility of Britain leaving the EU is the "biggest domestic risk to financial stability", Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said. He told the Treasury Committee that an exit vote could create economic uncertainty, although he added that ...
BoE offering extra liquidity to UK banks in the run up to EU referendum
EU referendum: Bank of England ready to pump billions into financial system to counter turmoil of Brexit
Stalling UK wage growth set to revive debate over migrant workers
Its assessment of UK earning prospects are less bullish than those of the Bank of England and the government's independent forecaster, the Office for Budget Responsibility. Both expect average pay to expand by about 3.5% in 2016, helping to rebuild ...
Revealed: how AstraZeneca avoids paying UK corporation tax
The company paid no corporation tax in the UK, despite having made global profits in 2013 and 2014 totalling $4.5bn. It was legally able to do so partly by securing some UK tax deductions from the Dutch lending structure as well as by offsetting high ...
UK farmers join thousands protesting poor prices in Brussels
They hope UK Ministers will work proactively with European colleagues, the commission and the European Investment Bank (EIB) to urgently explore options for short term loans to provide immediate liquidity to farm businesses, according to a 10-point ...
Furious farmers block Brussels streets