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Deal good for economy, says chancellor, but stays silent on costs and benefits

Deal agreed in Brussels now faces fight to get past Commons and even allies in DUP

Threat of a no-deal Brexit has been the biggest worry for many executives

Elements of original withdrawal agreement remain along with revised Northern Ireland protocol

Britons must agree to become significantly poorer and accept the illusion of greater sovereignty

Sterling shoots to highest levels in five months before tumbling back

Chancellors policies greeted with caution on US trip over public finances and Brexit

September data spark concerns weak business confidence is spreading to households

Unionist party critical to parliamentary vote on a new EU divorce agreement

Single malts are one of the big losers in Washingtons trade spat with the EU

How can campaigners and companies stem a rising tide of scams targeting the elderly?

Carrie Gracie: the most urgent question is How do we beat this?

Nicky Morgan says prime minister had no role in award of contract to Hacker House

Tenders worth 25m aim to meet supplies within 24 to 48 hours of being ordered

FCA would go beyond government requirements in ramping up policy demands

Troubled franchise simply has to change, says transport secretary

British applications for Horizon 2020 funding fall by 39% in 2015-2018

Consumer prices rise 1.7 per cent in September, as Brexit uncertainty clouds outlook

Marriage entitles you to substantial tax benefits, but some couples would rather keep quiet about tying the knot

East Midlands city has used funds to finance a 580m tram network and improve buses

Talks continue late into night after Johnson offers Northern Ireland cash to bring DUP onside

Report highlights huge economic boost as official review considers axing section to Leeds

Audit office predicts 30-60 per cent of hauliers will not have appropriate documentation

Boris Johnson tries to reassure parliamentary allies over EU departure plan

Governments new green targets dismissed as toothless by campaigners

UK economy: GDP growth, interest rates and inflation statistics

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