THE biggest annual fall in unemployment since 1988 was hailed by David Cameron yesterday as proof that the Government's economic plan is working.
Scots are set to vote today in a referendum on whether to leave the United Kingdom, with the first results expected early tomorrow morning.
BANKS, insurers and other financial services firms operating across Europe face extra hundreds of millions of pounds of extra tax costs, following a European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling yesterday.
Mike Ashley, the founder of Sports Direct and owner of Newcastle United, said in 2011: "I'll finish off JJB first, then I'll move on to JD.
THE belief that the first rise in UK base rates is now unlikely to come before next year has been reinforced significantly by minutes of the Monetary Policy Committee's September meeting.