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From boosting entrepreneurship to cutting business rates
How did Osborne tackle the big issues facing businesses?
Here are some of the measures we didn’t see coming
Going by personal ratings, George Osborne is the most unpopular of all Conservatives.
…and what is different about this year?
Osborne doubles house building budget and pledges 400,000 new homes
Can Khan put London on course to 100% renewable energy? It’s a tall order
Anti-EU groups threatening to disrupt companies backing “in” campaign
Are you listening George?
Headache for Hunt as longer hours for less money is unpopular among junior doctors
The march of progress has gone off course
Terrorism has reached its highest level EVER - Here are 7 shocking stats that show the true cost of terrorism
The Institute of Economics and Peace’s Global Terrorism Index shows the extent of destruction terrorism has caused the world – and it doesn’t even include stats from last week’s attacks in Paris.
Further setback for those hopeful of interest rate rise
Meanwhile former head of the Navy lashes out at defence cutbacks
Bank’s chief economist says 15 million jobs are now at risk
Britain is due a referendum on EU membership by 2017, and as 2015 screams rapidly to an end, campaigners are getting itchy to get campaigning.
Millions of people may have filed incorrect tax returns due to shoddy customer service, MPs claim
Employers alarmed ahead of pay and bonuses transparency ruling
Meanwhile, the national minimum wage is just £6.70
Chancellor moves to calm fears of spending cuts ahead of Autumn Statement
London’s allure could be ruined by a looming “affordability crisis” study says
The UK has just been named the sixth easiest country to do business in.
British bank accounts have been robbed of at least £20m by cyber attackers.
Britain’s business prowess is world-class. The stats below prove it.
These guys want us to stay in the EU
How can London’s housing crisis be solved?
For businesses with ambition
Policy missteps could result in prolonged global market turmoil
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