Chancellor hails improved forecasts as King presents final Inflation Report before stepping down
The Chancellor also pledged UK action on tax evasion and avoidance
War leader will replace penal reformer Elizabeth Fry, leaving the Queen the only woman on a British bank note
Lower growth and higher-than-expected borrowing revealed
Relaxed but no revolutionary, Mark Carney keeps banking reform on the table
Economic View: How well we in Britain do will largely be determined by what happens to the rest of the world
Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King today said it would be “depressing” if bankers choose to defer their bonuses until after the introduction of the new 45p income tax rate.
Canadian Mark Carney is first foreign Governor of the Bank of England in 318 years – but can he ride to the economy’s rescue?
'Vested interests' are trying to kill reforms, warns Governor of the Bank of England
What does it take to make it on to a bank note? Besides being the Queen, one has to do something special to get on to one (like George Best's Ulster Bank fiver).
Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King today made a fresh appeal for fairness in bankers' pay and bonuses.
Banks should make preparations to withstand the "extraordinarily serious and threatening" economic situation in Europe, the governor of the Bank of England said yesterday.
Alistair Darling confirms that Gordon Brown tried to prise him out of the Treasury in 2009 to put Ed Balls in his place
The Bank of England bowed to the inevitable yesterday and downgraded its 2011 growth forecast for the British economy to 1.5 per cent.
The UK's economy will not grow as quickly as previously expected and faces serious threats from the debt storms lashing the eurozone, the Bank of England warned today.
The sort of solidarity shown by some union members this week is rare