George Osborne has delivered his first upbeat assessment of the economy, although he cautioned that there’s still more work to do.
This week's Statement may change little for the economy, but George Osborne hopes to win the votes of some of the electorate.
The Bank of England is ending one of its policies which has helped lower mortgage rates. However, Help to Buy is unaffected.
The former Co-op bank chairman faces five investigations. But by the time the City watchdog's inquiry reports the row may be all forgotten.
UK national debt stands at £1,207,200,000,000.00, and is climbing, but the rate of expansion is gradually slowing as the economy improves.
Most borrowers are not economists. Deciding whether they can afford to borrow has just become more difficult.
Investors have been taken by surprise by the ECB cut in interest rates to 0.25% - a record low.
The historic naval city and surrounding area has become vulnerable to big shocks like this and the prospect of new jobs is far from certain.
The economy grew at its fastest pace for three years but the big question is can it be sustained?
Grangemouth owners Ineos are in last ditch talks with the workers' union, but the workforce is just one of the problems facing the plant.