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  1. Spending reforms are fixing UK's long-term debt problems, OBR says
  2. Danny Alexander: we are making tough decisions on the economy
  3. OBR: Britain is bust
  4. Greek unemployment rate at new record of 22pc
  5. Government must find extra 17bn of cuts, OBR warns
  6. The British economy: in numbers
  7. OBR: 50bn of extra spending cuts needed in Britain
  8. CBI chief John Cridland attacks Government's lack of urgency over growth
  9. Debt crisis: as it happened - July 12, 2012
  10. Debt crisis: live
  11. Twelve more years for house prices to recover
  12. Construction industry letter: Calls on Government to boost infrastructure
  13. Construction industry calls on Government to boost infrastructure
  14. Construction industry calls on Government to boost infrastructure
  15. Debt crisis: as it happened - July 11, 2012
  16. Strong pound dents exports
  17. Violent protests erupt in Spain after miners' protest
  18. US trade gap narrows to $49bn as exports rise
  19. Spain's day of pain: in pictures
  20. Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy raises VAT 3pc in shock U-turn
  21. Ratings agencies 'no longer trusted'
  22. China's trade surplus jumps
  23. Debt crisis: Eurozone unemployment 'could reach 22m'
  24. Debt crisis: Sir Meryvn King warns of eurozone's 'black cloud of uncertainty'
  25. Home foreclosures on the rise in the US
  26. Euro tumbles as Asian funds shun EU chaos
  27. George Osborne's infrastructure plan on the rocks as critics grow
  28. One in four public sector construction projects 'to be cancelled'
  29. Bank of England to unveil 'funding for lending' scheme
  30. Moody's downgrades Italy: the full text
  31. Chinese economic growth slows to 7.6pc
  32. Moody's slashes Italy's rating by two notches
  33. Debt crisis: live
  34. Funding for Lending: Q&A
  35. George Osborne says Funding for Lending scheme 'shows UK not powerless to act'
  36. Funding for Lending: BoE and Treasury letters
  37. Debt crisis live: as it happened - July 13, 2012
  38. Italy's credit rating downgraded before key debt auction
  39. Banks' 1bn windfall to boost economy
  40. Debt crisis: China wheels out ways to boost slow economy
  41. Jeremy Warner: Britain's long road back to prosperity
  42. Chinese 'economic miracle', slowed yes, but still humming
  43. Italy's high borrowing costs don't justify aid, says Bundesbank president
  44. Debt crisis: live
  45. Britain's double-dip recession 'over and recovery on the way'
  46. UK has suffered lost decade of innovation, says Nesta
  47. The week ahead in business and economics: July 16 - 20
  48. Eurozone rescue without growth means Finland could be first to leave
  49. China's economic woes could continue for 'some time'
  50. 'Glimmer of hope' on UK economy for George Osborne
  51. IMF slashes UK growth forecasts
  52. Relax austerity to boost growth, urges Capital Economics
  53. Relax austerity to boost growth, forecaster urges
  54. Britain's double-dip recession 'over and recovery on the way' - Item Club
  55. Debt crisis: live
  56. IMF: eurozone in critical danger, ECB should launch QE
  57. Germany could derail eurozone bailout fund, warns ECB's Joerg Asmussen
  58. Osborne: we can invest because we kept the economy strong
  59. Angela Merkel unsure European project will work
  60. Nouriel Roubini sticks to 'perfect storm' in 2013 prediction
  61. Bank of England mulled 75bn boost for UK economy
  62. Nouriel Roubini sticks to 'perfect storm' in 2013 prediction
  63. Barclays hoped to 'tough it out' and retain Bob Diamond as chief executive
  64. The dark side of the pensions business
  65. Ben Bernanke gives no hint of further US Fed stimulus
  66. David Laws, Liberal Democrat MP: I still believe the Coalition will last the course
  67. Libor emails reveal cosy relationship between Tucker and Diamond
  68. UK regulators 'in denial' over Libor rigging, MPs claim
  69. Debt crisis: as it happened - July 17, 2012
  70. Debt crisis: live
  71. Inflation falls unexpectedly in June as sales come early
  72. UK needs a U-turn to stop slide into skid row
  73. Debt crisis: unemployment in Portugal is 'number one' concern
  74. US economy has slowed significantly, says Ben Bernanke
  75. Ben Bernanke's speech: in full
  76. Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King faces MPs: as it happened
  77. UK inflation slows to two-and-a-half year low
  78. Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King faces MPs: live
  79. Mervyn King: Libor rigging was like spot-fixing in cricket
  80. Debt crisis: as it happened - July 18, 2012
  81. Britain Unleashed: David Cameron needs a change of heart - and some fire in his belly
  82. Euro exit beats begging bowl, says Spanish elder statesman
  83. GDP shock fall: UK growth in 2012 'inconceivable', warn economists
  84. Why a eurozone break-up is just the sort of shock the UK needs
  85. Shock GDP estimate triggers doubt but economy is definitely ailing
  86. Debt crisis: as it happened - July 25, 2012
  87. Debt crisis: live
  88. Debt crisis: Greece's bondholders could face more losses, says Berlin
  89. Lord Oakeshott: time for change at the Treasury
  90. Today is the day the economic plan failed, says Ed Miliband
  91. George Osborne on GDP figures: we must focus relentlessly on economy
  92. Double dip recession: How the UK's economy has shrunk since 2008
  93. UK's GDP shrinks by 0.7 per cent
  94. UK economy contracts by a shock 0.7pc
  95. UK economy shrinks 0.7pc: economist reaction
  96. Japan posts record first-half trade deficit
  97. UK economy expected to shrink for third quarter
  98. IMF: China will avoid hard landing
  99. German manufacturing data raise eurozone recession fears
  100. Despite recession and rain Britons are surprisingly happy, official study shows
  101. Europe is sleepwalking towards imminent disaster, warn top economists
  102. Europe is sleepwalking towards imminent disaster, warn top economists
  103. Debt crisis: Spanish bailout fears escalate as Catalonia eyes rescue
  104. Debt crisis: as it happened - July 24, 2012
  105. Debt crisis: live
  106. These big ideas would boost small businesses
  107. The Tories should be cutting taxes, not defending them
  108. Debt crisis: as it happened, July 27, 2012
  109. Debt crisis: Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande pledge to back euro
  110. Debt crisis: live
  111. America's fiscal cliff suddenly got steeper
  112. US growth slows to 1.5pc: what the economists said
  113. US growth slows to 1.5pc as consumer spending cools
  114. Spanish jobless rate 24.6pc, youth unemployment at 53pc
  115. Greeks deliver fresh austerity measures
  116. Sir Mervyn King admits policymakers made 'major mistakes' in financial crisis
  117. Britain Unleashed: Why Britain needs Adam Smith more than ever
  118. Britain Unleashed: Finance must be policed - not shut down
  119. Sceptics abound as Mario Draghi's ECB bond 'bluff' electrifies global markets
  120. Debt crisis: as it happened - July 26, 2012
  121. Debt crisis: live
  122. Debt crisis: Mario Draghi pledges to do 'whatever it takes' to save euro
  123. David Cameron 'determined to make Britain a success'
  124. Live: British Business Conference
  125. George Osborne under attack as Britain's recession deepens
  126. Broad horizons
  127. Bolder action could reverse this slump
  128. Growth slows in UK services sector
  129. Debt crisis: Mariano Rajoy opens door to EU rescue - live
  130. Polish MP demands Spain pays back 16th century debt
  131. US jobs data mixed in July: what the economists said
  132. Debt crisis: live
  133. US employment figures smash estimates but total jobless figure rises too
  134. Downturn 'entrenched' in Germany amid poor eurozone PMI
  135. UK services sector slows to lowest level since 2010
  136. Argentina president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner blasts European debt as she repays
  137. Delay austerity to boost growth, NIESR says
  138. Debt crisis: As it happened - August 2, 2012
  139. Debt crisis: Markets fall after Draghi disappoints - live
  140. Markets crumble as Draghi bond plan deemed too vague
  141. Are the men who would replace Mervyn King fit to sit on the throne?
  142. Are the men who would replace Mervyn King fit to sit on the throne?
  143. Are the men who would replace Mervyn King fit for the throne?
  144. US housing market staunches the bleeding just in time
  145. Mario Draghi's speech: what the analysts say
  146. Mario Draghi on the eurozone: in quotes
  147. ECB press conference: Mario Draghi's opening statement
  148. Debt crisis: Draghi say ECB ready to act independently - live
  149. ECB pledges to preserve price stability for the euro
  150. Watch live: ECB announces steps to quell eurozone crisis
  151. Debt crisis: ECB holds rates as markets await Draghi - live
  152. Bank of England holds rates and QE: reaction
  153. Britain's top credit rating 'not the biggest issue'
  154. Debt crisis: as it happened - August 6, 2012
  155. Germany and Italy near blows over euro
  156. Debt crisis: live
  157. BCC: businesses more worried about eurozone that spending cuts
  158. Debt crisis: Troika finds Cyprus 'in worse state than expected'
  159. Troika finds Cyprus 'in worse state than expected'
  160. Halifax expects house prices to stagnate after fall in July
  161. Manufacturing slowdown dents hopes for recovery
  162. Shale gas still an object lesson for miners
  163. China to speed-up fine tuning of monetary policy
  164. Bank to say economy is at standstill
  165. Andrew Sentance: Fall in inflation offers brief moment of respite
  166. Ian Dormer: The Olympics have shown Britain is a 'can-do' nation
  167. Boris Johnson plans overseas trade trips to generate London investment after London 2
  168. Boris Johnson plans overseas trade visits
  169. Debt crisis: as it happened - August 3, 2012
  170. New hopes on debt crisis boost markets
  171. More council housing 'needed for growth', Portes says
  172. Germany backs Draghi bond plan against Bundesbank
  173. Bad policy is to blame for UK's lack of growth
  174. Debt crisis: as it happened - August 20, 2012
  175. Mortgage lending 'still see-sawing'
  176. Debt crisis: live
  177. Debt crisis: Murcia could request 700m from Spanish government
  178. Treasury 'considers tax-free mini-jobs to spur employment'
  179. Treasury 'considers mini-jobs to spur employment'
  180. UK retail sales: High streets suffer as rain keeps shoppers away
  181. High streets suffer as rain keeps shoppers away
  182. The British economy faces three very different futures
  183. Chancellor George Osborne 'must tax and go for growth'
  184. Chancellor George Osborne needs radical rethink on policy, top economists say
  185. It's time to try something radical to save the UK economy
  186. Euro must not pit North against South, says Italian PM Mario Monti
  187. Debt crisis: Greece must remain in eurozone, minister warns
  188. Debt crisis: Greece must remain in eurozone, minister warns
  189. Week ahead: August 20 - August 24
  190. Forget QE, what the UK needs is a better transport system
  191. Forget QE, what the UK needs is a better transport system
  192. Russian Bear stops Finland leaving euro
  193. Alistair Darling: George Osborne has 'given up on growth'
  194. Lord Rothschild takes 130m bet against the euro
  195. A message from the 1970s on state spending
  196. Debt crisis: live
  197. Debt crisis: live
  198. Pensioners biggest winners from QE - Bank of England
  199. CBI: UK retailers report unexpected dip in August sales
  200. Pensioners would be worse off without QE, says BoE
  201. Debt crisis: eurozone headed for recession as economic rot spreads
  202. China concerns mount as 'awful' data see manufacturing fall to nine-month low
  203. Kate Barker: Osborne's austerity could be 'self-defeating'
  204. Barker warns austerity could be 'self-defeating'
  205. No 11 must take some responsibility and stop giving power to the Bank
  206. US Fed hints strongly at fresh round of stimulus
  207. A much bolder vision is needed to lay the foundations for UK growth
  208. Japan's trade deficit balloons
  209. Debt crisis: as it happened - August 22, 2012
  210. Debt crisis: Greece pleads for 'room to breathe' - live
  211. Institute for Directors: aggressive measures needed to stimulate economy
  212. Debt crisis: live
  213. Debt crisis: Greece needs 'room to breathe' on austerity targets, says Samaras
  214. Japan trade deficit widens as EU exports plunge
  215. UK economy: Weak manufacturing order books hit hopes of recovery
  216. Weak order books hit hopes of recovery
  217. Do more and do it now to kick-start the economy, business leaders tell George Osborne
  218. Do more and do it now to kick-start the economy, business leaders tell George Osborne
  219. China bubble in 'danger zone' warns Bank of Japan
  220. Building bridges and airports won't solve the UK's key problem of household debt
  221. The Coalition must really go for growth
  222. Financial crisis: the printing press has reached its limits
  223. China's fears grow over eurozone crisis
  224. Foreign investors look inland for new opportunities
  225. Debt crisis: as it happened - August 30, 2012
  226. Credit card lending falls at sharpest rate since 2006
  227. Debt crisis: live
  228. Euro collapse 'would slash 10pc off German economy'
  229. Greece would have avoided bailout if it were not for tax havens, says former PM Georg
  230. Greece's 11.5bn austerity measures 'will be the last', promises PM Antonis Samaras
  231. Ministers must drop 'scandalous opposition to Heathrow third runway', says BCC head
  232. French president Francois Hollande makes maiden visit to Spain
  233. Lib Dem emergency tax may force millions to reveal personal wealth
  234. Dark clouds gather over China's once-booming solar industry
  235. Best to get used to high food and energy prices - they're here to stay
  236. Rise in foreign landlords is 'crowding out first-time buyers'
  237. Harvard gives Osborne's austerity programme thumbs up
  238. Harvard professor gives Osborne's austerity programme thumbs up
  239. Debt crisis: as it happened - August 29, 2012
  240. Angela Merkel stands firm in resisting ESM bank licence
  241. Oil reserves could be tapped if prices stay above $100 a barrel
  242. Debt crisis: live
  243. US GDP revision is nothing to celebrate, say economists
  244. US economic growth revised up to 1.7pc
  245. MPs attack Customs' failure to tackle alcohol tax evasion
  246. Emergency tax on rich could drive away wealth creators, warns George Osborne
  247. Bernanke's promise of stimulus buoys US markets
  248. Draghi plan under threat amid EU split
  249. Haldane offers the vision thing at Jackson Hole
  250. Simplify bank regulation, Haldane says