House prices post strongest annual growth in nearly three years
Osborne warns over 'badly-timed' Tobin tax
Bank of England says no to more QE
ECB holds interest rates on hopes of recovery
Brussels dismisses 'plainly wrong' IMF criticism over Greece
China-EU trade war a risk for UK growth
Hard-line ECB washes hands of jobless crisis, sees no 'Japanese' deflation
If the Labour Party won't spend, what's the point of it?
EU’s unaccountability poses a danger to global economy
Roger Bootle looks to sell Capital Economics
Businesses with bright ideas 'more likely to face funding hurdles'
Saudi prince sues Forbes over size of fortune
Sir Mervyn King attacks EU financial transaction tax
Bank raises growth forecast in rare boost for economy
Heroic Spain is damned if it does, and damned if it doesn't
Foreign-born workers account for 50pc of rise in employment
Recovery hopes as Japan economy expands again
Exiting QE could 'undermine the recovery', IMF warns
One and two cent coins could disappear under EU plans
Japan storms back on weak yen but Asia trembles
There may be no halting this tax juggernaut
EU referendum row a 'distraction' from growth
Coalition minister claims he can see 'green shoots' of recovery
BoE's Weale douses Carney stimulus hopes
Los Angeles air 'loses its sting'
Los Angeles air pollution - and its infamous eye sting - have declined due to California's strict vehicle emission controls, scientists have said.
London police start to target pirate websites
The City of London Police has started contacting websites it believes are profiting by breaking copyright laws.
Apple devices vulnerable to attack via bogus charger
Apple iPhones can be taken over with "alarming" ease using a custom-built charger, security researchers warn.
Over-50s' 'divorce and debt link'
Elderly couples who struggle with debt are more than twice as likely to suffer marriage breakdown than those whose finances are steady, research suggests.
GCSE exam brand name under scrutiny
The re-branding of England's reformed GCSE exams is under scrutiny, as questions are raised about how it should be distinguished from current GCSEs and versions in Wales and Northern Ireland.
WHO warns of Syria disease threat
The World Health Organization is warning of an increased risk of disease epidemics in Syria and neighbouring countries as summer approaches.
Adverts warn of passive smoking risk
Smokers are being reminded of the dangers of second-hand smoke in a government advertising campaign.
Lobbying: Union anger over 'cynical' coalition move
Trade unions have accused the government of "cynically" exploiting the lobbying scandal to bring in new curbs on their political influence.
Government sees off carbon rebellion
The government has seen off a rebellion by Lib Dem and Conservative MPs over calls for a carbon emissions target for the energy industry.
Will the bad be taken out of RBS?
A draft report from the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards calls for the split of Royal Bank of Scotland into a good bank and a bad bank, I have learned.
EU imposes China solar panel duties
It comes despite opposition from Germany and other European Union members, and amid fears it could spark a trade war.
Movie stars in local gym shoot out
Hollywood actors George Clooney and Matt Damon surprised staff at a Cambridge gym by turning up to play basketball.
ET game excavation confirmed by studio
A Canadian studio has confirmed to the BBC it will search a former landfill site in New Mexico where Atari's much-criticised ET game may be buried.
Ex-Dragon defends jobs for daughters
A former Dragons' Den entrepreneur who said parents should not help their children get jobs has defended his daughters' work for his firms.
More working women 'could lift GDP'
Increasing the number of women in the workforce would dramatically boost the UK's economic growth, according to a government-backed report.
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Britain puts brake on slide in European car sales
MPs consider inquiry into London listing rules
Markets are on a crazy, sugar-fuelled journey
Help to Buy puts mortgage market at risk, says King
Sir Mervyn King attacks Osborne plan to boost housing market
UK exporters look beyond sluggish EU
BIS and IMF attacks on QE 'deeply misguided'
Germans blame eurozone crisis for Eurovision flop
'Economic case to stay in EU is overwhelming'
Inflation 'may hamper Carney’, warns ITEM Club
Japan upgrades growth outlook
Paul Tucker risks row over bank rescue plans
EU arms second front in China trade war with Huawei probe
Attacks on tax avoidance 'could damage Britain'
Japanese growth could be 'sugar high'
Britain is already in trouble without the IMF making it worse
UK exit from EU would be 'loss/loss scenario', warns Goldman Sachs
Demanding clients get small firms investing at last
UK inflation: sharp fall eases household squeeze
Nigel Farage's biggest problem is Ukip doesn't do details
What next for inflation and interest rates?
Europe faces lost decade, says Mark Carney
Stocks are booming, so beware the bust
HMRC 'errors' cost country £5bn, say MPs