George Osborne has left the grandeur of number 11 Downing Street and the Treasury
Before Theresa May became prime minister, she said her Government would no longer seek to reach a budget surplus by 2020
Google pays taxes in Ireland, where it is charged at a lower rate
Exclusive: Airport retailers in pledge to pass on tax savings to travellers
He cut hard before the UK’s recovery from the Great Recession was assured, ignoring the great insight of Keynesian economics that to do so can make matters worse
George Osborne has resigned as Chancellor of the Exchequer and will play no part whatsoever in Theresa May's Cabinet.
Tim Martin accused Christine Lagarde and Mark Carney of 'irresponsible doom-mongering'
€300 billion of assets were transferred to Ireland last year as companies moved their headquarters to take advatage of its 12.5% corporation tax, but some have questioned the figures
The prospective new PM put forward a sweeping set of reforms to the way companies are run
The Chancellor is on his way to Wall Street - he could jet off to New York, Singapore and China for talks with investors over the next few weeks
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF), an industry lobby group whose members include the makers of Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Nestlé, has launched a manifesto
'We now set out to build a more outward-looking, global-facing Britain, with stronger links with its friends and allies around the world,' says Chancellor
Candidate's speech to party’s 1922 Committee described as 'rambling'
The Chancellor has said the Treasury would support the Bank of England pumping further money into the lending subsidy scheme after the EU referendum result
The definition of a tax haven is a country which offers low tax rates, refuses to cooperate with other jurisdictions in exchanging information, and where local politics is beholden to financial services
The cut takes the UK rate close to Ireland's 12.5% and fuels the idea that the UK is pitching itself as a tax haven