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May 09, 2017

Conservative energy price cap manifesto will ‘kill competition’

Apr 24, 2017

Industry criticises Tory pledge to cap energy bills

Mar 15, 2017

Chancellor scraps self-employed tax hike

Apr 15, 2015

Conservatives promise Right-to-Buy extension

Dec 04, 2014

The Autumn Statement at a glance

Nov 21, 2014

Political risk fears grow as UKIP wins second parliamentary seat

Nov 11, 2014

Multi-asset managers cut UK exposure on 2015 election fears

Nov 07, 2014

Average Help to Buy 2 deposit falls to under £9,000

Oct 15, 2014

Pension reforms not done in a ‘big rush’, says Danny Alexander

Oct 06, 2014

Clegg warns Cameron: No new coalition without tax hikes for middle classes

Oct 01, 2014

Cameron pledges to raise higher rate threshold to £50k

Jul 03, 2014

Cameron urges ‘silent’ Scots majority to vote against independence

Jun 30, 2014

Tories plan to merge national insurance and income tax

Jun 05, 2014

BLOG: Marriage tax – tokenism at best

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