The UK Treasury has sold a further 1% of Lloyds Banking Group shares.
Lords report says financial institutions will decide next year whether to quit the City.
House of Lords sub-committees say continued involvement in the customs union could be important.
He tells MPs that taking longer than two years to leave EU means less disruption.
Ageing population and cuts to public spending have turned care system into 'house of cards'.
International lenders based in the UK want the government to extend the post-Brexit transitional phase to five years.
Euro pulls back from two-week high it touched in the previous session amid fallout from Italian referendum.
The promise was made in a meeting attended by senior executives of companies such as Santander and Barclays.
Jeremy Wright says the 11 justices 'must not stray into areas of political judgement'.
About 1.1% of earners pay the additional 45 percent tax-rate now up from 0.75% in 2010.
Getting a 'grey army' working changes how society sees the elderly: active and social, not hidden and isolated.
Analysis of Land Registry data reveals scale of drop in home sales linked to 2014 stamp duty reforms.
ONS figures show UK economy grew 0.5% quarter-on-quarter in the three months after Brexit referendum.
UK workers set to earn less in real wages in 2021 than they did in 2008.
Pensioners account for 55% of all welfare spending, yet Tories continue to protect them from cuts.
The new Chancellor's delivery might be dull, but his composure and pragmatism is needed.
Conservative MPs have attacked the independent organisation after the Autumn Statement.
DCLG data shows there were 38,730 new housing starts in England during the three months to September.
Autumn Statement: Government cannot be trusted to support business and economy while championing Brexit
This massive fiscal constraint would have not been needed if it were not for Brexit.
The plain fact is that we can't go on living beyond our means, borrowing our way out of every difficulty.
Greenback gains against major rivals after upbeat economic data, while pound climbs above €1.17.
Chancellor delivers expected increase in living wage, corporate tax cuts and ditches plans for budget surplus by 2020.
Expert Judi James reveals what type of Chancellor Mr Hammond may turn out to be.
Shadow chancellor also attacked Hammond for failing to mention social care during speech.
Chancellor Philip Hammond pledged of £2bn for R&D and innovation going forward.
Philip Hammond said letting agent fees for tenants will be banned 'as soon as possible'.
Chancellor Hammond confirmed that corporation tax will fall to 17% by 2020.
Slogan lite speech saw Hammond make his first major economic mark since entering Number 11.
Hammond ditches predecessor's commitment to budget surplus, acknowledges lower growth in 2017.
Shadow City minister told IBTimes UK that Hammond's proposals could hurt those 'just about managing'.