Cable says 'systematic tax avoidance' is causing significant damage to the Treasury and public finances.
Irish government said to be deeply unhappy at the proposals put forward to prevent a hard border with Northern Ireland.
Chinese police say they have busted an underground bank used to smuggle a staggering 20 billion yuan ($3 billion) out of the country.
Slowdown in housing market and Bank of England's rate rise earmarked as the main factors behind a decline in confidence.
The European Union has already upgraded its growth forecast for the eurozone this year to 2.2%
Unable to pin a figure on the cost of servicing UK debt under a Labour government, shadow chancellor claims any amount he borrows would 'pay for itself.'
The chancellor said in his Budget speech to parliament that Britain is now "the world's sixth-largest economy".
Policymakers must stop pretending they can fix broken markets with more and more regulation.
ONS data confirms UK economy grew 0.4% on a quarterly basis in the three months to the end of September.
Think tank says Philip Hammond's decision to cut stamp duty is a 'very poor way to boost home ownership'.
Falling demand and lower wholesale gas prices would cut power prices, research suggests.
Car output rose 3.5% compared to a year earlier in October to 157,056 units, mainly due to a 5% increase in the number of cars built for export.
Chancellor Philip Hammond downgrades economic forecasts and unveils appealing policy morsels.
Chancellor pledges to invest £44bn to revive Britain's housing sector and delivers £3.75bn boost to NHS.
British GDP expected to come in at 1.5% for 2017, falling further until 2020.