Politics

AS2012: Corporation tax cut by a further 1%

Corporation tax is to be cut by a further 1%, George Osborne told parliament during his Autumn Statement

05 Dec 2012

AS2012: Government book-keeping change adds £70bn to the deficit

Chancellor says government is moving Bradford & Bingley and Northern Rock debt onto its balance sheet during Autumn Statement

05 Dec 2012

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Interview: Euro MP Sajjad Karim on steering audit reform

Accountancy Age speaks to the British MEP about how he is steering the EC's planned reform of the audit market through the European parliament

08 Oct 2012

Readers unconvinced over Cable’s business bank

The business secretary's plans to establish a business bank for SMEs fails to enamour Accoutancy Age readers

25 Sep 2012

David Cameron intervenes to halt state pension reform

State pension reform on the rocks after David Cameron raises concerns it would alienate elderly voters

19 Sep 2012

ACCA: Business bank could “take decades” to get right

ACCA sceptical on government plans for a business bank

12 Sep 2012

Autumn statement date confirmed

George Osborne is to make his autumn statement on 5 December

11 Sep 2012

Miliband says pension charges ‘next chapter’ in fight with financial sector

Industry criticises Miliband's claims against pension administration charges as "misinformed"

13 Jul 2012

KPMG: QE to resume “sooner rather than later”

With the economy back in recession KPMG expects the Bank of England will have to extend its asset purchase programme

11 May 2012

Budget2012: Osborne wants to double export

Chancellor wants to double UK export to £1tn within next ten years

21 Mar 2012

Budget2012: OBR revises up UK growth forecast

Growth for 2011 is expected to be 0.8%, with 2% growth in 2012, 2.7% in 2013 and 3% for both 2015 and 2016

21 Mar 2012

Colin - A Greek tragedy

Greek choices through Colin's eyes

03 Nov 2011

FRC takes debate to party conferences

The Financial Reporting Council will discuss the European regulatory environment at this year's party conferences

09 Sep 2011

Osborne: Franc and open

Osborne's take on the Swiss and UK deal

26 Aug 2011

Video: Here comes the Bribery Act

12 Jul 2011

Video: government introduces statutory residency tests

06 Jul 2011

Champions League final could make Exchequer a winner

Exchequer could come out a winner at this weekend's Champions League final

26 May 2011

Quick insolvency process could be slowed down

Pre-pack administrations could take longer, allowing creditors time to oppose them, under proposals by BIS minister Ed Davey

31 Mar 2011

Controversial insolvency reports to be made public

BIS minister Ed Davey tries to combat the lack of confidence in pre-pack administrations by making transparency reports publicly available

31 Mar 2011

Pace of change to new accounting rules frightens EC

Jeroen Hooijer warns that major accounting standards project requires more road-testing

31 Mar 2011

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