GEORGE Osborne is in a very happy position at the moment. If the economy does well, it is testimony to the Chancellor’s genius. If it does badly, that just goes to show that we need to stay in the European...
George Osborne, the Tory chancellor of David Cameron's UK government, has amended the Bank of England and Financial Services Bill to exempt the families of "Politically Exposed Persons" -- Members of Parliament and other elites -- from money laundering investigations. (more…)
Britain's Chancellor George Osborne pulled out all the stops on Monday to sway the undecided voters on the EU referendum. With voting day, June 23, only 10 weeks away, the government released a 200-page report with calculations on the...Show More Summary
Britain's Chancellor George Osborne wants the country to stay in the European Union at all costs. And today, he released a killer doomsday scenario in The Times about how Britain will suffer if people vote to leave the EU in the referendum...Show More Summary
Britain’s exit from the European Union would cost each household 4,300 pounds ($6,000) per year and would negatively affect the British economy, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said in an article.
British Chancellor George Osborne has been accused of hypocrisy after unveiling an agreement with Germany, France, Italy and Spain that will see tax and law enforcement agencies from the five countries exchange data on company beneficial ownership registers and new registers of trusts.
UK Chancellor George Osborne declared that resistance to antibiotics may become “an even greater threat to mankind than cancer,” calling for immediate global action during a speech to delegates of the International Monetary Fund.
Britons would rather have Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister than the Chancellor George Osborne, according to a poll. Asked by the pollster YouGov whether Corbyn or Osborne would make the best Prime Minister, 21 percent said...Show More Summary
In the wake of the "Panama Papers" scandal, British Prime Minister David Cameron published his tax return, closely followed by Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn and Chancellor George Osborne. Speaking in parliament, he said heShow More Summary
Britain’s Chancellor and Leader of the Opposition have published their tax returns, following the Prime Minister’s decision to do so in the wake of the “Panama Papers” leaks. Chancellor George Osborne released a summary of his finances...Show More Summary
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne published on Monday his tax return data for the 2014-2015 tax year, responding to a call by British Prime Minister David Cameron to do so.
Britain’s Chancellor George Osborne is considering making his tax arrangements public, as the fallout from the Panama Papers leak engulfs the U.K. parliament. Osborne is facing pressure to follow Prime Minister David Cameron in publishing his tax return. Show More Summary
Millions of Britain's lowest paid workers get a pay rise on Friday because the new national living wage becomes compulsory as of April 1. In July last year, Chancellor George Osborne said the government would scrap the National Minimum...Show More Summary
One of George Osborne’s great if inadvertent achievements – aided by a complicit media – has been to escape sufficient censure for the consequences of austerity. Few people blamed his cuts for the winter floods, just as savers aren’t blaming...
Should you be betting on George Osborne going to the Foreign Office? After a sub-optimal fortnight for George Osborne, William Hill have a market up on George Osborne’s next Cabinet job. I think backing the 5/2 on him as next Foreign Secretary might be the best option. I suspect after the referendum (assuming a Remain victory) […]
UK Prime Minister David Cameron and his Chancellor George Osborne will Tuesday attempt to clear up the mess of a botched budget and the resignation of a senior member of their cabinet in a week that has seen confidence in both severely dented.
They seek him here, they seek him there. Those lobby hacks seek him everywhere. Is he in heaven or is he in hell? That demned elusive... Chancellor of the Exchequer. Okay, so my reworked rhyme lifted from the Scarlet Pimpernel doesn't work. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron backed his embattled finance minister George Osborne on Monday in a bid to stem a bout of infighting triggered by the resignation of a senior minister.
Britain's Chancellor George Osborne is watching how a policy he announced in his budget is tearing his party apart — and it's all his own fault. In response to a planned £1.3 billion cut to welfare payments, former Tory leader Iain Duncan...Show More Summary
Ladbrokes: 25/1 for George Osborne to be replaced as Chancellor before end of March.https://t.co/hODGfvMiVk pic.twitter.com/BHJ3MDqLon — Ladbrokes Politics (@LadPolitics) March 21, 2016 After No10 says the PM "absolutely" has 'full confidence'...Show More Summary