Nicola Sturgeon has backed away from making significant changes to Scotland’s income tax system, instead unveiling a modest cutin taxes for the better-off.
George Osborne has told MPs he was sorry that Iain Duncan Smith had resigned from government but refused to apologise for attempting to save £4.4bn through changes to disability benefit.
The focus has been drawn to an intriguing opportunity for Danny Drinkwater in midfield, or the sudden flurry of forward candidates hoping to impress Roy Hodgson even with Wayne Rooney absent and Danny Welbeck still discomforted by a knee injury.
The Football Association remains in close dialogue with its counterpart in Germany over security issues before England’s game at Berlin’s Olympic stadium on Saturday but, at present, no extra measures are expected to be implemented.
Matches at Euro 2016 could be played behind closed doors, according to the Uefa executive committee vice-president Giancarlo Abete.
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West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan speaks out after watching his side miss out on the chance to jump into the Champions League places.
Mauricio Pochettino reportedly has a £10m release clause in his Tottenham contract.
Yaya Toure has withdrawn from the Ivory Coast squad after a suspected recurrence of a heel injury in the 1-0 defeat to Manchester United on Sunday.
Goldman Sachs plans to eliminate more than 5% of traders and salespeople in its fixed-income business, cutting deeper into those operations than an annual company wide cull that has already begun, according to a person briefed on the matter.
Citigroup is in talks to hire Armando Diaz as global head of cash equities trading, according to a person with knowledge of the matter, who asked not to be identified discussing personnel.
A former Deutsche Bank managing director at the centre of the U.K.’s biggest insider trading case said nerves, and the aftermath of a night of drinking, resulted in his misleading answers to police and regulators during his initial questioning in 2010.