Officials have privately voiced concerns over the spiralling budget of the High Speed rail link
Gen Sir Peter Wall intervenes as Treasury and MoD negotiate further spending cuts
George Osborne is expected to signal desire to begin reprivatisation of Lloyds and RBS by next general election
'The economic rationale for the UK to agree to enter a formal sterling union with a separate state is unclear'
Isn't it the job of our elected representatives to steer the economy, rather than unaccountable bank officials?
Opinion digest: under the Olympic gloss, how to enjoy sport, and the Treasury problem
Gauke might be right that paying cash to builders is 'morally wrong', but Bob Diamond did more harm than Bob the Builder
IMF raises spectre of prolonged house price slump and says markets wouldn't punish UK for easing off on spending cuts
IMF refuses to call for reversal of austerity despite saying in May that a Plan B would be necessary if growth fell again