LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy will expand at its fastest rate in seven years in 2014, thanks to strengthening household consumption, but high household debt will slow growth in 2015, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said on Thursday.
Shares in royal Bank of scotland took a tumble after the surprise decision by finance director Nathan Bostock to quit the group just two months into the role.
A �worryingly high� �55 billion a year is being lost to the taxpayer due to fraud, error and unpaid taxes, the spending watchdog warns today.
An Ofcom study found that Britons pay �66 a month for the 'best offer' premium pay-TV subscription. Photograph: Eyebyte / Alamy/Alamy.
One of the Bank of England's nine rate-setters has raised questions about the effectiveness of its forward guidance economic rescue policy, putting him at odds with the Bank's Governor.