Prices at top end of capital's property market only rise 0.8 per cent in year to March
Outcome of June referendum will be extremely close, say surveys
Extent of legal complications 'almost unimaginable', former judge tells House of Lords committee
Academic study concludes privatisation would be 'overwhelmingly negative for the overall economy'
Price war blamed for 14 per cent slump – and there's no sign of it ending, says chief executive
Chief executive praises 'resilient' performance and says bank increased market share in critical areas
One-off £1.2bn payment to Treasury to lift dividend block sends bank into red
Switzerland scoops top spot in survey as high property prices are blamed for dragging Britain down
UK chief executive warns more help is needed to ease pension liabilities before a buyer can be found
Growing momentum for Remain calms the market
Supermarket gives written commitment after being singled out over pricing policy
Ofgem rules energy company 'let its customers down during the implementation of a new IT system'
Study finds dads in full-time work enjoy 21 per cent 'bonus', but mums suffer 11 per cent 'wage penalty'
Retailer expected to disappear from the high stores after debt hits £1.3bn, including £571m pension deficit
Divesting the bailed-out bank of its investment activities has reaped unexpected rewards, says UBS
Prices fall nine per cent in after-hours trading as streaming site revises-down its prediction for growth
WPP advertising guru faces anger from shareholders over one of largest pay packets in UK history
Unions criticises 'blatant back-door privatisation' as retailers take on an additional 61 branches
Company promises nobody will lose out after introduction of national living wage, as spotlight falls on other firms
Pharmacists report being pressured into conducting unnecessary medicine reviews to claim public money