THE UK economy now looks set to expand by over 3% this year, according to the latest projections from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).
A law making companies publicly declare who their true owners are is set to be launched in the Queen's Speech as part of the Government's crackdown on tax evasion, it has emerged.
The government should levy a windfall tax worth around �450m on payday loan firms and use the money to support an expansion of other forms of credit, the Institute for Public Policy Research said today.
Exports may so far have been one of the disappointing elements in the UK's economic recovery, but this year's winners of the Queen's Awards for Enterprise demonstrate that plenty of companies can achieve the quality of services and products needed.
British Gas has denied reports it paid staff bonuses to sign customers to the most expensive deals. A former employee told the Daily Mail bosses encouraged staff to target charities and small businesses and used promises of salary-tripling commissions if they ...