London economic news & analysis
London economic news, trends & insights
Which other senior government figures oppose the runway?
Business Secretary calls on business body to stop pre-empting membership negotiations
Virgin boss says Brexit would be “catastrophic” for Britain
Former Chancellor Nigel Lawson urges tax cut to boost business
UK will face fines if it doesn’t meet renewable energy targets
Wages rises should boost investment and efficiency, bank says
Are Cameron’s EU renegotiations going far enough?
The tests are too easy to pass
Here’s why it might not necessarily be good news for businesses
Co-op to halve prices and close larger stores as pressure builds
Affordable housing shortage fuelling boom in rental market
Bank employees must now type out full email addresses
George Osborne’s business tactics leave much to be desired
Conspiracy theorists stand by: Bilderberg, the world’s least secret conference, is happening on Thursday
Here’s who is going, and what you are allowed to know about it
The European organisation has previously supported the government’s fiscal policy
MPs pay set to rise from £67,060 to £74,000
Creative new policies are required to deal with mounting debt problems, bank warns
Controversial programme will force social landlords to sell property at major discounts
The London School of Business and Finance chief executive on whether Sajid Javid can break down the walls between workplace and classroom
Leaving EU would make Britain less competitive Airbus chief says
Marks and Spencer has reported its first rise in profit for four years, with underlying profit before tax up 6.1% to £661.2m.
What pushed us into negative inflation?
“Bloody” spending review will make civil service smallest in recent history
Carney’s punchy nuggets: BoE chief on the EU, and why UK productivity is not harmed by foreign workers
Bank of England chief executive Mark Carney has said that cheap foreign Labour is not harming Britain’s productivity, in fact the reverse.
News Corp, Rupert Murdoch’s international publishing business, has seen a dramatic fall in net profits as sales and advertising revenue streams have dried up.
The price war on the high street today claimed a major scalp as Sainsbury’s recorded its first loss for 10 years.
Housing is a key concern for Londoners. Which party is taking a stand? The YouSpotProperty.com founders examine the evidence
Which stars are supporting Miliband?