Changes will reduce tax on savings but could mean more having to complete a tax return
Consultation proposes either bespoke local deals or blanket devolution
Labour leadership frontrunner has pledged among other things "people's QE"
Labour leadership candidates could rebel against amendment that backs some of the Budget measures
Overhaul of the country's planning system could see local communities 'forced to accept developments against their will'
The Chancellor's second budget of the year set out plans for a national living wage - and £12bn of welfare cuts
New pensions minister seems to have supported merging of Isas and pensions before taking government job
Trials face delay as solicitors go on strike over latest cuts to legal aid payments
Recovery gathers pace, but critics point to rising inequality and tax burden on poor
Higher consumer spending cited for improved figures, but concerns about methodology remain
Photos of alleged IS currency circulate on Twitter months after group pledges to mint its own coins
Pledges on night flights, pollution and noise levels are intended to quash opposition
Institute for Fiscal Studies accuses four main parties of failing to inform voters of their plans for the country
Sterling falls 1.5 per cent after Bank of England chief economist says interest rates could go down rather than up
Properties in the capital are bucking the house-price trend, but likely to become 'more unaffordable' in the medium term
Chancellor insists that the sharp fall in inflation should not be confused with deflation
RAC suggests petrol prices could drop below the £1 mark as the cost of oil keeps tumbling
Treasury watchdog forecasts 'eye-wateringly' tight cuts to public spending over the next five years
Chancellor George Osborne delivers Autumn Statement against backdrop of high deficit
Which regions and industries across the UK should expect to see growth in the year ahead?