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post 06 June 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Treasury excitement after IMF thumbs-up for UK austerity

The IMF's annual MOT on the British economy concludes that the coalition's austerity policies are justified - which has set Treasury officials leaping around like excited pixies.

article 03 June 2014 UK
Vince Cable and Nick Clegg have a pint at the Queen's Head in central London (G)
One pub, two Lib Dems and an awkward-looking pint

In their first appearance since Vince Cable was forced to deny he was plotting to get rid of Nick Clegg, the pair appear in public a la Nigel Farage, as reporters peer in from outside.

post 27 May 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Vince Cable, from Beijing, attacks friend for plotting

The Vince Cable attack on his close friend, confidant and some-time adviser Lord Oakeshott, could actually help Nick Clegg's position.

post 25 May 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Post election plots and operations

As the main party leaders lick their wounds after the local elections, should each of them be watching their backs?

post 06 May 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cable 'keeping options open' on Pfizer

Business Secretary Vince Cable wants stronger commitments to jobs and investment from Pfizer in its bid for AstraZeneca. But he will never secure a 100 per cent binding promise.

article 01 April 2014 UK
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Royal Mail: 'Cautious approach cost taxpayer millions'

Taxpayers missed out on millions of pounds because of the way the government handled the sale of Royal Mail, the spending watchdog says.

post 06 March 2014
Read more on Michael's blog If coalition relations are bad now, what will they be like when the general election comes round?

Never before do I recall a minister publicly attacking another in such stark, vituperative terms as in today's spat between Vince Cable and James Brokenshire over immigration.

article 28 January 2014 Business
After years of lacklustre growth, the recovery appears to be taking off at last. Good news for Chancellor George Osborne, but even he is not celebrating yet (Getty)
by Economy growing - but Britain not out of the woods

After years of lacklustre growth, the recovery appears to be taking off at last. Good news for Chancellor George Osborne, but even he is not celebrating yet.

post 07 January 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Coalition hopes to get its kicks from minimum wage

On the minimum wage, the government is hoping to have something it will be able to point at that will allow it to say to voters that it is taking care of the less well paid.