UK escapes recession
The UK climbed out of the double-dip recession with a bang between July and September as the economy returned to growth
25 October 2012
Olympics lift for job market
The jobless total fell by 7,000 to 2.59 million in the quarter to July after a big jump in the number of people in work
12 September 2012
Jobless total lowest for a year
Unemployment has fallen after a big jump in the number of people in work
15 August 2012
Olympics knockers start cheering as support hits 87%
Olympics fever and Team GB's phenomenal success has led to a complete transformation in public attitude
11 August 2012
Dodgy Olympics tickets to be refunded
Sports fans who unwittingly bought invalid London Olympics tickets from some Norwegian traders will get money back
1 August 2012
Visa-only card warning for Olympics
If you're heading to the Olympics or Paralympics, the only way to pay at venues is using a Visa card or cash
24 July 2012
Rents rise for third month in a row
Rents continued to rise in June as people struggle to to get on the property ladder, says a new study
20 July 2012
NCP punishes Londoners with Olympics car park price hike
Motorists who use NCP car parks in London face price rises, after the firm massively upped tariffs this week
20 July 2012
Petrol prices on the rise again
The price of petrol at the pumps is rising once more after weeks of falls, says the AA
19 July 2012
New Scottish Power tariff could spark energy price war
Scottish Power has launched the cheapest dual fuel tariff on the market, which uSwitch says could start a price war
17 July 2012
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