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David Cameron will warn Angela Merkel today the eurozone's future is in grave peril unless she orders action to rescue struggling economies such as Greece and Spain.
Homeowners will be hit by fresh increases in mortgage rates as the storm in the eurozone hammers Britain's financial system.
David Cameron will urge eurozone leaders to "make up or break up" today as he fears the euro unraveling will further dent the British economy.
The Queen has unveiled 19 new pieces of legislation in her annual speech to open Parliament, focusing on boosting the UK economy with a raft of business-friendly measures.
Senior Liberal Democrats believe the party may have to "disengage" from government early to avoid a heavy defeat at the next general election in 2015, according to reports.
The Prime Minister is set to publish details of his tax return as controversy over whether senior politicians contribute a fair amount of tax.
Business secretary Vince Cable has urged the government to make failed bank Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) a state-run business lender.
Conservative MPs have threatened to strike down the Budget if the government does not reconsider child benefit reform.
The government should end corporation tax relief on pay and bonuses worth more than £262,000 per year to raise £1.7bn for the public purse, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has said.
Prime minister David Cameron today endorsed the bonus culture in banks whilst under pressure from the Opposition to tackle excessive pay.
Alistair Darling, former Chancellor of the Exchequer, has criticised the move to single out ex-Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) chief Fred Goodwin by stripping him of his knighthood.
Former RBS chief executive Sir Fred Goodwin has had his knighthood cancelled and annulled by the Queen.
The United Kingdom was one of only two of the 27 EU member states to refuse to sign a fiscal treaty on budget discipline last night.
Britain is not "walking away" from Europe, but safety measures must be put in place for EU countries that are outside the single currency, said Prime Minister David Cameron.
Labour Party leader Ed Miliband has challenged the Prime Minister to intervene in the ongoing row about RBS chief executive Stephen Hester's bonus.
The UK may have to fork out £17.5bn to plug a funding shortfall at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) after the organisation warned yesterday it needed additional funds to tackle the eurozone crisis.
The Prime Minister David Cameron has rejected calls from an MP for an independent inquiry into the Arch Cru investment funds scandal.
Government plans to scrap child benefit for higher earners will be revised to protect families with stay-at-home mothers, David Cameron has hinted.
Prime minister David Cameron has promised shareholders a binding vote on executive pay to try curbing excessive salaries.
The coalition government is to abandon plans to scrap the 50p top rate of tax despite rising pressure from business leaders.
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Prime minister David Cameron has caused the EU to fracture after refusing to sign up to a new treaty over concerns about financial services regulation.
Pressure was building on David Cameron last night as senior backbench Tory MPs called for the Prime Minister to approve a referendum on a new euro treaty and to wring "clear gains" from a European summit scheduled for Friday.