One half of British businesses are planning to expand their workforce in 2015, with jobs projected to be created in all UK regions, and permanent jobs outstripping temporary work.
CITY workers are feeling more confident about receiving higher bonuses this year, despite several top firms suffering a shareholder backlash over excessive pay and concerns over the EU bonus cap which comes into force next year.
Oil prices could remain depressed for up to 15 years, Qatar's former energy minister tells Sky News in an exclusive interview.
The average household pays �274 more in taxes than it receives in benefits and services, according to an analysis by the Taxpayers' Alliance, while the top 10 per cent of households pay a huge �30,023 more in taxes than they receive through state services.
Crude-oil futures rose in Asian trade Monday as the excessive drop in oil prices in recent weeks sparked some buying interest and short-covering among investors before the end of the year, traders said.