The government has continued to sell shares in Lloyds Banking Group, reducing its remaining shareholding to less than 4%.
- Holocaust memorial designs exhibition in Parliament
- FinTech Week 2017: celebrating Britainís status as global Fintech hub
- Two-year university courses come a step closer
- Current outage of online applications
- Open Day at HM Revenue and Customs
- New digital framework attracts thousands of small and medium-sized businesses
- UK troops on NATO mission join Estonian national celebration
- SJFHQ undertake valuable maritime familiarisation visit to HMNB Devonport
- CMA consults on Mastercard/VocaLink undertakings
- Government publishes Custody Image Review
The UK Government has proposed a radical new plan that would see RBS fund and deliver a series of initiatives, worth around £750 million, to boost competition in todayís UK business banking market.
David Gauke met with Dunfermline businesses before chairing latest Devolved Administration Finance Minister meeting in Edinburgh.
With only 6 weeks until the historic new 12-sided pound enters circulation, the Commercial Secretary to the Treasury visits the Royal Mint.
Chancellor Philip Hammond announces the appointment of Charlotte Hogg as the next Deputy Governor for Markets and Banking.
People planning their retirement will be able to withdraw up to £1,500 from their pension pots tax-free to pay for financial advice, under plans unveiled by the government today.
"Iím proud to be given the opportunity to lead NS&I and look forward to joining the team", says newly appointed NS&I Chief Executive Ian Ackerley.
David Gauke announces global healthcare company collaboration with Oxford University and meets some of the cityís leading tech companies.
The government has continued to sell shares in Lloyds Banking Group, reducing its remaining shareholding to less than 5%.
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measures if and how much the economy is growing. Here we explain what it actually is and how itís measured.
Hundreds of thousands of savers have cashed in £9.2 billion from their pension pots since pension freedoms were introduced in April 2015.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has this day appointed Jamie Reed to be Steward and Bailiff of the Manor of Northstead.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has this day appointed Tristram Hunt to be Steward and Bailiff of the Three Hundreds of Chiltern.
The Lifetime ISA will be available for young adults from April 2017 as the Savings (Government Contributions) Bill receives Royal Assent. The Help to Save scheme to help people on low incomes will be available from 2018.
The government has now recovered over £18 billion of the £20.3 billion taxpayers injected into Lloyds during the financial crisis.
Chancellor meets with senior leaders in Kuwait, UAE and Qatar to strengthen relations, trade links and economic ties with Gulf countries.
Learn about ISAs and other savings options
Learn about ISAs and other savings options
The raft of measures will create a level playing field for the vast majority of people and businesses who play fair and pay what is due.
The countdown to the historic new £1 coin officially begins today, as Chief Secretary David Gauke reveals it will enter circulation on 28 March 2017.
New powers announced in March 2016 have seen 7,185 internet retailers come forward to register for VAT.
Government will publish its next Spring Budget on Wednesday 8 March 2017.
The delivery of government-backed financial support will be overhauled to make it easier for consumers to get guidance they need.
New fiscal framework for the Welsh Government has been agreed between the UK and Welsh governments.
Over 180,000 supported by the schemes have been first time buyers.
The government has now recovered over £17.5 billion of the £20.3 billion taxpayers injected into Lloyds during the financial crisis.
VAT on sales of the Christmas single in memory of late MP Jo Cox will be donated to charity, the Chancellor has announced.
Over 4.1 million customers have opened completely free basic bank accounts thanks to a government led initiative.
40 senior financial services leaders offer advice to young women on how to advance their careers in finance.
The new envoys will look to build regional and national FinTech networks to help Scotland take advantage of the UK FinTech boom.
The Chancellor will visit South Africa, Japan and South Korea, to provide support to key industries for the UK economy.
Ministers met with executives from the financial services industry to discuss opportunities offered by the UKís decision to leave the EU.
Finance Bill 2017 continues the governmentís commitment to tackle tax evasion and avoidance and support business through the tax system.
Pipeline setting out over £500 billion worth of infrastructure investment published.
The VAT on sales of the X Factor winnerís charity single will be donated to childrenís charities.
Forthcoming powers mean tough new penalties could be imposed on anyone who commits serious financial sanctions breaches.
Philip Hammond meets Scottish businesses in the UKís second biggest financial centre.
The Chancellor has presented his Autumn Statement to Parliament Ė here's a summary of what was announced.
Autumn Statement sets out an increase of more than £800 million through to 2020-2021, in the Scottish Governmentís budget.
The Northern Ireland Executive's budget will receive an increase of more than £250 million through to 2020-2021.
The Welsh Government's budget will increase by over £400 million through to 2020-21.
At the Autumn Statement, the Chancellor announced that the government will move to a single major fiscal event each year.
The government has now recovered over £17 billion of the £20.3 billion taxpayers injected into Lloyds during the financial crisis.
Buckingham Palace will undergo a 10 year overhaul to protect one of Britainís most prestigious buildings and one of the countryís most popular attractions.
ĎOne-stop-shopí will provide tailored advice for FinTechs wanting to expand into Asian markets.
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