FRANKFURT - On Thursday, when much of the world economy looked a bit brighter, even the European Central Bank offered a more optimistic view of the cloudy euro zone.
David Cameron could scarcely have crouched any lower during this week's visit to China. For his compatriots, the British prime minister's enthusiastic self-abasement was, well, embarrassing.
The prospect of later retirement ages for all, regardless of economic circumstances, is insidious (State pension? Not til you are 70 - Osborne, 5 December).
Autumn Statement: latest updates · Autumn Statement: Winners and losers. From April next year, equity and certain debt investments into social organisations will qualify for a 30pc tax credit.
A new press regulator due to be launched by the industry next spring has been backed by more than 90% of national newspapers. Publishers met to sign contracts establishing the "tough and effective" new Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso), ...