The Government has met its borrowing target for the last financial year by the narrowest of margins, as higher tax receipts and a fall in departmental spending helped to boost Britain's public finances.
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There were further signs today that Britain's public finances are on the road to recovery as the country's budget deficit fell to its lowest level since the financial crisis, official figures showed.
One of Britain's oldest cake shops is to offer investors a slice of its equity as it becomes the latest retailer to float on the London Stock Exchange.
NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in April and the euro zone private sector started the second quarter on its strongest footing since 2011, while the pace of decline in Chinese factory activity slowed, surveys showed on ...