Urging PM May to talk to other parties
Brexit has pushed the issue, adviser says
Will step down by October
Media coverage dismissed as a 'storm in a teacup'
'An exit would mean business as usual in many ways'
Ros Altmann has been named as the next pensions minister replacing Steve Webb.
David Cameron plans to offer up to £4bn worth of Lloyds shares to retail investors if the Conservatives win the general election.
The Prime Minister is set to launch a consultation into a scheme targeting those under 40 who have never owned their own homes.
"Red warning lights" are once again flashing over the state of the global economy, the Prime Minister has said.
The UK must contribute an extra £1.7bn (€2.1bn) to the European Union's budget after the economy performed better than expected.
The Liberal Democrats have told David Cameron they will refuse to form a coalition with the Conservatives unless he commits to tax hikes for the middle classes, Nick Clegg has said.
Prime Minister David Cameron has said the Conservatives will raise the 40% tax threshold from £41,900 to £50,000 if they win the 2015 General Election.
Prime Minister David Cameron has said there will be "no re-runs" of the Scottish referendum which saw a decisive vote in favour of the country remaining part of the UK in what he said was a demonstration of the "settled will of the Scottish people".
Prime Minister David Cameron has said the state pension will continue to rise by at least 2.5% a year until 2020 if the Conservatives win the next election.
Prime Minister David Cameron has pledged to continue cutting taxes for what he calls the "hardworking people in our country".
House prices rose at their fastest rate in more than six years amid further signs of a ‘burgeoning recovery' spreading across the country the latest house price index has found.
Some four million couples will benefit from a new marriage tax allowance, David Cameron has said.
The Prime Minister David Cameron has described Labour leader Ed Miliband's pledge to increase corporation tax should his party win the next election as "nuts".
The second part of the Help to Buy scheme will be available from next week after the Government brought forward the launch date by three months.
David Cameron is "strong at standing up to the weak, but weak at standing up to the strong," Labour leader Ed Miliband said today.
David Cameron has refused to rule out future tax rises but says his overall aim is to "give people back some of their hard earned money" as economic conditions improve, the BBC reports.
A new set of rules to make sure big business pays its fair share of tax will be unveiled today as part of efforts by the world's leading countries to crack down on avoidance.
Sir Mervyn King, the outgoing governor of the Bank of England who has spent more than two decades at Threadneedle Street, is to be made a life peer.