David Cameron and George Osborne have both refused to rule out a cut in the top rate of income tax from 45p to 40p under a new Conservative government after the general election.
When Walmart sided with gay rights by saying that Arkansas’s religious freedom reformation act sends the “wrong message”, it surprised many. The nation’s largest employer is more commonly associated with low wages and red-state religious values than with LGBT rights.
“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe…” When making the 2000 documentary On the Edge of Blade Runner, I asked Rutger Hauer why he thought Harrison Ford was so reluctant to talk about what is now considered a timeless sci-fi classic.
Russell Crowe’s dramatic directorial debut shared top honours with Jennifer Kent’s brilliant The Babadook at the Australian Academy of Film and Television Arts awards in January.
Solemn commitments have been made. David Cameron and Ed Miliband have wrung promises out of each other. The tax arms race has escalated to the point where the options available to Labour and the Conservatives for raising extra revenue are narrowing.
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has suggested there is too much pressure and hype surrounding Tottenham's Harry Kane.
Some Spurs supporters feel the Brazilian is the worst player they've ever seen...
A round up of news stories this morning related to Arsenal.
Australia & New Zealand Banking Group is interested in acquiring assets from Royal Bank of Scotland as the lender cuts back its operations in the Asia-Pacific region.
Chim Wai Kin, the chief credit officer who was Bank of China’s highest-paid executive, left his job amid pay cuts being imposed on senior managers at Chinese lenders, people with knowledge of the matter said.
A rule designed to reduce risk in the financial system could end up punishing the wrong banks.