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Paradise Papers reveal extent of UK’s hidden wealth

Paradise Papers reveal more wealth than expected held in offshore accounts

Amazon relocation to North America

Deputy Business Editor Mirza Ahmad looks into the competitive Amazon HQ relocation contest

Race Disparity Audit reveals extent of UK racial wealth divide

Following the Racial Disparity Audit’s publication, Jack Harmsworth takes a look at its key findings

Credit cards create another bubble

The Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee warned last week that the UK economy was at a significant risk from…

TfL calls time on Uber amid safety concerns

TFL announced last week that Uber will not be issued with a new private hire licence. The decision was taken…

Businesses speak for the Paris Treaty

Boris Arnold examines the response to Trump’s decision to pull the US from the Paris Treaty

IFS shows that the NHS needs more funds

Matt Freathy analyses the future of public services

IFS claims that degree values are sinking

As tuition fees rise the IFS weighs in on how far degrees actually stand to make graduates in the job market, Boris Arnold reflects

Nero pays zero in corporation tax

Matt Freathy weighs down on companies who have avoided corporation tax, citing Nero as the most recent example

Davos launches capitalism’s metamorphosis ?

Boris Arnold sheds light on developments at the World Economic Forum, an event contrary to the populist trends which are capturing the globe

Autumn Statement: breeze or bluster?

The day before the May Government’s first major economic event, Business Editor James Humpish provides insight as to what to expect

Mark Carney to leave Bank of England in 2019

Mark Carney, who was due to leave his position in 2018, has extended his contract by a year