People have a high risk of slipping into low-income poverty, but are also "much more likely to escape"
IT roles will be moved to China, India and Poland by March 2017
But will these moves challenge the dominance of the 'big four'?
Isolated branches north of the border run on a different computer system and are just one complicating factor
Web giant accused of doctoring results to promote its own pay-for services
Lord Howell of Guildford says Chinese state operator is a 'plan B' if EDF backs out
Payments reflect pledge to 'reward employees for delivering the beginning of a desperately needed turnaround'
Delays in getting a verdict cause UK government body to scupper Holyrood-approved project
Internet giant bans high-interest short-term lenders from touting their wares online
Reports suggest Downing Street intervention has now ruled out a full sell-off
Exports increase in March as deficit narrows more than expected
No-deposit deal not as free and easy as the risky loans that were common in run-up to the crash
British luxury confectioner’s £167m listing signals 'renaissance of chocolate companies'
Trinity Mirror's experimental paper will publish its last issue on Friday, after sales slump to 30,000 a day
Price war blamed for 14 per cent slump – and there's no sign of it ending, says chief executive
Switzerland scoops top spot in survey as high property prices are blamed for dragging Britain down
Growing momentum for Remain calms the market
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