The UK economy grew faster than previously estimated in the first three months of the year, figures have shown. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the economy grew by 0.4% in the quarter, compared with an earlier estimate of 0.3%.
(Open): Shares in London and across Europe have continued to fall with Greece expected to default on a payment to the International Monetary Fund.
Another brownie point for David Potts, who took over as chief executive of Wm Morrison in mid-March. The Bradford-based grocer was the only one of the "big four" UK supermarket chains to increase sales in the 12 weeks to June 21, versus the same period ...
LONDON Eurozone stocks, low-rated bonds and the euro weakened on Tuesday as Greece looked set to default on a repayment due to the International Monetary Fund and to plunge deeper into financial crisis.
Completing the single market, more independent scrutiny of regulation and a push for growth are the key demands for EU reform from industry lobby group TheCityUK.