George Osborne will slow the pace of planned welfare cuts when he presents his Budget, the BBC understands.
The eurozone says Greece has submitted "no new proposals" for a bailout deal, as leaders meet for a crucial summit.
A trader accused of manipulating the Libor rate has told a court that senior managers knew what he was doing.
The European Parliament says an EU-US trade deal, known as TTIP, must not allow private courts to handle investment disputes.
The International Monetary Fund warns the US Federal Reserve against raising interest rates this year.
City regulators publish final rules which make top bank executives responsible for the misconduct of their employees unless they can show they took steps to stop it.
Millions of energy customers have been "paying too much for their energy bills", a year-long investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority finds.
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari approves a $2.1bn (£1.4bn) intervention package to help bankrupt local states pay workers' salaries.
A rise in oil and gas output boosted UK industrial production in May, but manufacturing output fell for the second month in a row.
Marks and Spencer's recent revival suffers a setback after it reports a fall in sales of general merchandising, which includes clothing.
The UK accounting watchdog is to investigate the conduct of individuals working for the Irish unit of RSA Insurance in the run-up to its bailout by its UK parent.
Shops in England and Wales could be allowed to open for longer on Sundays, under plans to be unveiled by Chancellor George Osborne.
HSBC sacks employees who made an "abhorrent" video in which they pretended to be Islamic State militants carrying out a beheading.
YouTube's most popular star PewDiePie earns $7m, according to Swedish newspaper Expressen.
The US and European Union are struggling to agree on food safety standards - among the major issues in a huge new trade deal.
Family recipes turn out to be a lucrative asset in a globalising culinary world.
BBC News visits a technology incubator housing start-ups in Edinburgh, to find out what Scottish tech entrepreneurs want, ahead of the Budget in Westminster.
The government will do "whatever is necessary" to protect the UK's economy against the fallout from Greece's bailout referendum, George Osborne has told MPs.
Ros Atkins explains the banking restrictions and the impact are they having on everyday life in Greece.
More than a million British holidaymakers will be heading to Greece this summer, and as the debt crisis unfolds many will naturally be feeling nervous about how it could affect them.
Greece's former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis says goodbye to staff after his resignation.
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