Britain's economy was 2.7 per cent larger than its pre-crisis peak in the second quarter of this year having regained the output lost in the recession a year ago, the Office for National Statistics admitted on Tuesday after completing the largest national accounts ...
UK house prices fell 0.2 per cent in September, the first monthly fall since April 2013, with annual growth slowing to 9.4 per cent, according to the Nationwide Building Society's monthly survey.
A day after the Chancellor warns tech giants over taxes, the EU releases a report on Apple's 20 years of "sweetheart" Irish deals.
Controversial payday loan firm Wonga has posted pre-tax profits of �39.7m for 2013, down 53pc from �84.5m the previous year, after being hit by �19m worth of "remediation costs" from systems issues and growing its overseas business.
Ulster Bank has said rising house prices contributed to a �300m improvement in its loan book in the third quarter of 2014. The bank said the money which had been set aside to cover expected losses will now be freed up for other purposes.