Bank of England rate-setter Andy Haldane, who recently labelled the financial crash the economics profession's “Michael Fish moment”, on Tuesday said policymakers were guilty of “collective amnesia” in the build-up to the recession.
Inspectors discovered seafood past its expiry date and food stored without temperature controls, says Which? survey. Cutting meat.
Ministers are set to give way over business rates and pay hundreds of millions of pounds in compensation to those worst hit by the tax following a revolt by Conservative MPs.
The biggest surplus for 17 years streamed into the Treasury's coffers last month in a pre-Budget fillip for Chancellor Philip Hammond, official figures showed today.
The Government has refused to intervene in a �21billion German takeover of the London Stock Exchange despite growing pressure to investigate the deal.