Plans for a new high speed rail link in the United Kingdom are expected to be confirmed by Transport Secretary Justine Greening today.
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Project Merlin is signed, sealed and delivered, but what exactly can it do for small businesses?
This week the government launches a new Money Advice Service.
Budget Day 2011 – Predictions, cuts and surprisingly more tax increases…
UK tax receipts rise and the Chancellor gets the backing of the US Treasury Secretary.
According to the latest report 750,000 more people will be on the higher rate of tax from April the 5th.
This week in the Politics of Economics we take a look at VAT rising to 20% and the pros & cons of a so-called ‘regressive tax’.
This week in the Politics of Economics we take a belated look at Tuition fees, student protests and poor old Prince Charlie.
This week on the Politics of Economics we look at the rationale behind the proposed cut in child benefits for those earning above the £44,000 tax threshold.