Net migration from the European Union to the UK fell to its lowest level since 2013, fresh data from the Office of National Statistics has shown.
The government’s fiscal watchdog has rejected the prime minister’s claim there will be a “Brexit dividend” for the public finances as the governor of the Bank of England warned of serious economic consequences if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
The government's refusal to change its stance on monthly calculations for Universal Credit payments continued to unfairly punish the self-employed, a worker lobby group said on Tuesday.
The Brexit campaign group Vote Leave has been fined £61,000 and referred to the police for breaching spending rules in the 2016 referendum, Britain’s Electoral Commission said on Tuesday.
The government’s unfunded pledge to spend more on the National Health Service has increased pressure for tax rises, the Office for Budget Responsibility will warn on Tuesday.
Pay growth has slowed to its weakest in six months despite record employment, posing a puzzle for the Bank of England as it decides whether to increase interest rates next month.
The UK has all the required resources and an industrial and governmental will to become a global hub for crypto economy and blockchain technologies by 2022, according to new research.
US retail sales increased as expected in June, marking five months of rising sales as the estimate for May was revised up.
Business conditions in the New York region deteriorated a little less than expected in July, according to a survey from the NY Fed.
Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday offered an extra £300m to the aerospace industry to support new projects after companies like Airbus threatened to reduce activities in the UK because of Brexit uncertainties.
Annual house price growth slowed in July, according to Rightmove, amid a rise in the number of properties coming to the market.
Consumer sentiment in the US deteriorated in July amid trade war concerns, according to a preliminary reading from the University of Michigan.
US President Donald Trump started the second day of his tour to the UK amid the usual controversy after he attacked Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans, suggesting they would sink any future free trade deal with the US.
UK mortgage lending picked up in May, figures from the industry on Thursday showed, while the Bank of England reported slightly higher credit availability for residential mortgages in the second quarter.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, according to data released by the Labor Department on Thursday.
Britain's economy is set to continue recovering after the unexpected slowdown seen at the start of the year, according to one of the country's leading think-thanks.
Services output in the United Kingdom increased by 0. 4% for the three months to May, with a surge in activity in the wholesale, retail and motor trade sector accounting for the bulk of the pick-up.
Britain's economy accelerated in May, driven by a surge in construction output, after flat-lining in April, leaving the MPC on track to hike Bank Rate come August, according to some economists.
Consumer spending grew 5. 1% year-on-year in June, according to Barclaycard's newest monthly report on Britain's spending habits.
The US small business optimism index on Tuesday posted the sixth highest reading in its history, at 107. 2 in June, down 0. 6 from May but well above its 45-year average of 98.