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The outgoing governor of the Bank of England has issued a warning over George Osborne's plan to boost the housing market.
MPs are in line for a pay rise of up to £20,000 in a move that could spark public fury.
The Army is sticking the boot into those who think that cutbacks in military spending mean that recruitment has stopped.
The trading of government bonds would be rendered uneconomic and pensioners would find their savings hit under proposals for a Europe-wide financial transactions tax, according to one of the financial sector's most influential trade bodies.
A former Google executive has accused the company of cheating the taxpayer out of hundreds of millions of pounds.
Sir Roger Carr, the President of the CBI, has emerged as the leading candidate to chair defence contractor BAE Systems.
Slovenia said it was confident its newly-adopted action plan would stabilise public finances and lead to an economic recovery, a day after ratings agency Fitch downgraded the crisis-hit country.
Pakistan is set to become the fifth Asian country to use China's domestic satellite navigation system, which was launched as a rival to the US sat nav system.
Traditional olive oil jugs are to be banned from restaurants across Europe following a decision in Brussels.
The website and Twitter account of the Financial Times have been hacked, apparently by activists who support the Syrian government.