First account-holders are already cashing in and claiming government bonus of at least £400
New workers will get minimum required to meet incoming legislation in April
Around £3bn pledged to help eradicate one of the deadliest diseases in the world
Consumer spending will help country remain insulated from global trade headwinds, says forecaster
World Bank also sounds alarm over "perfect storm" of worldwide economic problems.
Autumn Statement saw a major extension of the popular support scheme
Shadow chancellor has a 'Chairman Mao moment' in his response
Osborne warns of online sabotage – and Cameron announces £2bn for special forces, including SAS
Bookies cut odds on London Mayor who has been warning Chancellor all along not to cut in-work tax credits
David Cameron and Boris Johnson are among its former members – but why is it so controversial?
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
Chancellor urged to slow down on spending cuts to protect the most vulnerable people in society
Prime Minister's one nation pledge 'could look like the bleakest of ironies' by the end of the parliament
Chancellor offers greater powers to cities that agree to be governed by a directly elected mayor
Should George Osborne really be invoking foreign investment bankers in support of a Tory victory?
Ed Miliband says he would scrap the non-dom status that has become 'a symbol of tax avoidance' in the UK
Labour puts the ball in Tories’ court: will they do anything about wealthy foreigners evading tax?
Home Rule for Scotland while the Tories run England? Yes, but look at the numbers