IT is now more important than ever to stick to the Coalition's long-term economic plan, David Cameron has told MPs, after cautioning that "red warning lights are once again flashing on the dashboard of the global economy".
Sir John Major has warned the UK would face a "lesser future" if it leaves the European Union as he urged continental leaders to accept changes are needed to ease pressures caused by the number of migrants coming to Britain.
THE foreign exchange scandal showed the need to maintain pressure on the Government and regulators to implement plans to shake-up the banking sector, the chairman of the Treasury Select Committee has said.
The Government has yet to spell out details of £38 billion of spending cuts which would have to be imposed after the general election to meet Chancellor George Osborne's plan to eliminate the deficit without tax rises, an influential economic think tank has warned.
DAVID Cameron dashed back from a Lord Mayor's banquet to vote in the Commons last night, as the Government won a dramatic and controversial vote on its bid to sign up afresh to European justice measures.
George Osborne has been accused of resorting to "smoke and mirrors" after he claimed to have halved the additional bill Britain will pay towards the European Union (EU) budget from £1.7 billion to £850 million.