Ukip’s 76-page manifesto, called Believe in Britain, has been unveiled Nigel Farage in the Essex constituency of Thurrock. The key points are:
The Liberal Democrats have outlined their key demand in any coalition negotiations with the Conservatives with a promise to block plans by George Osborne to impose £12bn of welfare cuts in the next parliament.
A whopping eight new courses, three new characters and four new vehicles will be in the Mario Kart 8 DLC that launches on the Nintendo WiiU next week.
Newcastle United's Siem de Jong and Facundo Ferreyra both featured for the under-21 side against Derby County.
Manager Tim Sherwood reportedly thinks that the 25-year-old midfielder is not creative enough.
There were one or two guests who seemed keen to make an early check out.
A former Conservative party candidate for Sheffield Hallam has written to people in the area telling them to vote for the Liberal Democrat leader, Nick Clegg, in order to prevent a Labour win.
Tesco is close to ridding itself of a fleet of corporate jets that came to symbolise the strategic missteps at Britain’s biggest retailer, with the final aircraft set to be handed back next month.
Britain’s next government will face a tougher time than expected reducing Whitehall’s annual spending deficit, according to the International Monetary Fund, which said lower tax receipts and uncertainty surrounding the election would undermine growth forecasts.
General Motors will not have to face dozens of lawsuits accusing it of concealing an ignition-switch defect that has been blamed for more than 200 deaths and serious injuries, a US bankruptcy judge ruled on Wednesday.
Former UBS executive Hansruedi Schumacher pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the U.S. as part of the government’s prosecution of financial industry officials who help Americans dodge taxes.
Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority dropped an investigation of Delphine Lyttleton, wife of former BlackRock fund manager Mark Lyttleton, two years after the pair were arrested as part of an insider-trading probe, said a person with knowledge of the situation.
Macquarie Group CEO Nicholas Moore’s reshaping of the investment bank is winning plaudits from analysts who say the overhaul will lead to more predictable profits.