Helia Ebrahimi is the Economics Correspondent for Channel 4 News.
Channel 4 News' Economics Correspondent Helia Ebrahimi reports on the big changes in the economy and the public finances - and how they'll influence the world you live in.
The British economy has shrunk for the first time since 2012. GDP dropped by 0.2 per cent in the second quarter of, a fall blamed on ‘increased volatility’ about Brexit.
Tesco said it would be changing the way the stores were run in a “challenging retail environment”.
President Trump has proudly unveiled what he called a “new deal” with the European Union on beef exports.
1-in-3 chance of recession after Brexit, Bank of England warns. Meanwhile, the chancellor Sajid Javid announced another £2.1 billion to guard against such a situation.
If you needed clear evidence of climate change, then the latest Met Office figures provide it, revealing that the UK’s ten warmest years on record have all happened since 2002, while the most recent coolest year was way back in 1963.
The Belgian authorities are demanding over £600 million in unpaid taxes from Sports Direct, the company has revealed – as it finally published its delayed financial results late this afternoon.
Well regardless of the fears expressed by industry about the impact of a No Deal Brexit, there’s growing speculation that Boris Johnson will shift dramatically from years of austerity and go on a billion pound spending spree.
A no-deal Brexit could end up costing the government’s budget as much as thirty billion pounds every year – pushing it into recession, according to the public finances watchdog.
There was much fanfare when the government declared last month that the UK would cut its greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050.
The leaders of the G20 richest nations are heading to Japan for a summit on Friday.
Southern Water has been hit with a record punishment of £126 million after waste was found to have spilled from its sewage plants into the environment.
The would-be Prime Ministers Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt will get a sobering warning tonight from the Chancellor in his annual speech at Mansion House in the City.
It is still not clear exactly what caused the blasts on the Norwegian and Japanese-owned tankers.
Many of the candidates trying to take over as Tory leader have made promises today about tax and spending.
In the Conservative leadership contest three years ago, Michael Gove reportedly told aides he’d taken cocaine.