LONDON (Reuters) - Higher spending planned by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will help offset the drag on the economy from Brexit but his government must keep on bringing down public debt levels,
The International Monetary Fund has been on quite a journey these past 10 years. From being a cheerleader for austerity, it is now telling countries that low interest and negligible inflationary pressure
The government should not be required to publish its shortlist of candidates to lead the Bank of England, because it would deter people from applying, governor Mark Carney said on Tuesday. The chancellor,
Sajid Javid will hold his first post-Brexit Budget on November 6, provided Boris Johnson can deliver a new deal with the European Union. The Chancellor yesterday announced the plans ahead of the Queen’s
The Labor backbencher Julian Hill has declared Australia must vigorously contest any move to extradite the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from the United Kingdom to the United States on espionage charges.
Sajid Javid has announced he is planning to hold a Budget just days after Britain is due to leave the European Union, insisting "we must get on with governing". Signalling his intention to move on from
The Queen has set out Boris Johnson’s legislative agenda for the next UK parliamentary session, including plans for bills that could see Brexit delivered by October 31. In the run-up to a pivotal EU leaders