CNBC's Wilfred Frost previews the U.K. Conservative government's first Budget since winning a majority in May's national election
British Prime Minister David Cameron's government will unveil the first Conservative budget in almost 20 years on Wednesday. Melanie Baker, U.K. economist at Morgan Stanley, outlines her expectations.
Christian Busch, senior vice president at Indiegogo, discusses the crowdfunding drive launched by a young Londoner named Thom Feeney who wanted to help Greece pay its debt.
Paris would “have a card to play” as a new European financial hub should Britons vote to quit the 28-country union, leading players in the city’s financial scene told CNBC.
A new peer-to-peer lending platform is getting personal with its latest service by focusing on financing between family and friends.
Wilfred Frost reports on how the U.K. property market is doing ahead of the Conservative government's emergency budget.
William Dartmouth, member of the European Parliament and Trade spokesman for UKIP, says that if Greece leaves the euro zone, other counties could follow suit.
Ko Barclay, director at KOIAN Limited, says it's inevitable that Britain will exit the European Union.
Novak Djokovic is the bookmakers' favorite to win Wimbledon this year, but home-grown Andy Murray could be the winner for brands looking for a marketing boost.
Rishi Khosla, CEO of OakNorth Bank, talks about the impact of challenger banks on the economy.
Jenson Button, British Formula One driver for McLaren, talks about this weekend's Grand Prix.
British Formula 1 (F1) driver Jenson Button has admitted that his team McLaren will not win at the British Grand Prix this weekend.
A controversial "beach body ready" advert has been deemed inoffensive by the British advertising watchdog, despite hundreds of complaints.
Britain's economy grew better than previously thought in the first three months of the year and households' disposable income rose at the fastest annual pace since 2001.
Western banking giants are losing ground to China, as the world's second-biggest economy vies to establish its economic influence.
British officials rejected another Cuadrilla Resources shale gas project, four days after refusing a different shale gas application.
Brian Caplen, editor of The Banker, discusses the U.K. banking sector and whether the controversial bank levy may be lifted.
Potter fans, get your wands and capes at the ready. A Harry Potter play will makes its debut at London’s West End, in the summer of 2016.
UKIP's party leader, Nigel Farage, explains why the euro zone leaders are "trying to bully Greece."
UKIP's party leader, Nigel Farage, says last night's discussion on the migrant crisis is a "disaster" for Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission.