The prolonged fall in unemployment which baffled economists and delighted ministers has finally come to an end, figures out today are suggesting.
Successive British governments have demonstrated a "total abrogation of leadership" in their approach to infrastructure development in the UK, a leading construction industry official said today.
David Cameron's senior aide David Young faces controversy once again this weekend for suggesting the recession could offer opportunities for some businesses.
A 53-year-old woman who killed herself ten days ago blamed the government's 'bedroom tax' in a suicide note, it has emerged.
The government's fuel poverty strategy is "going in the wrong direction" and will not succeed in ending fuel poverty by 2016, specialists have warned.
Nine in ten families will not gain anything from the coalition's package of benefit reforms, according to a report out today.
Growing up in a rented home can have a damaging impact on a person's childhood, according to a new study.
The public's patience with the government's austerity programme appears to finally be running out, after a new poll showed a majority now opposed it.
Experts propose a devaluation of the pound in order to help British manufacturing become internationally competitive again.
The debate over corporate tax dodging escalated a notch today, when Margaret Hodge accused big accountancy firms of a fundamental conflict of interest in their interaction with government.
George Osborne bought himself some much-needed breathing room today, as official figures showed the economy grew by 0.3% in the first three months of the year.
George Osborne faces some painful borrowing figures this morning, after admitting he "occasionally" sheds a tear.
Britain and Scotland's finance chiefs went to war on the airwaves this morning over whether an independent Scotland would be able to maintain the pound.
The most deprived areas of the country are being hit hardest by the government's deficit reduction programme, new information from Labour suggests.
A new petition presented to Downing Street by independent bookshop owners will call for tougher government action on Amazon's tax avoidance.
Ed Miliband will cast himself in the same light as Margaret Thatcher later, by suggesting he is the man to lead a transformative change in British politics after the next general election.
A report has criticised George Osborne for letting down British manufacturing and awarding government contracts to overseas companies.
UK manufacturing grew slightly in February, but January's dismal figures overshadow this fact.
Disability groups warned of misery for thousands today, after the government started replacing disability living allowance (DLA) with new tests which would rule out assistance if someone can walk more than 20 metres.
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