Robert Wood, chief U.K. economist at Berenberg, says we shouldn't be overly concerned about today's disappointing inflation data, as the U.K. is seeing a strengthening in its labour market, which should push up inflation.
Andrew Lilico, director and principal at Europe Economics, says there is no need for common financial regulation across the European Union and that the U.K. has lost "significant control" over the rules to Brussels.
Daniel Hodson, honorary treasurer at Business for Britain, says there are a number of rules that the U.K. wouldn't have introduced if it wasn't part of the European Union.
CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports on what is in-store for Tesco during 2015.
Ahead of the Bank of England rate decision, Jacob Nell, chief U.K. economist at Morgan Stanley, says a rate hike will be pushed back to this year's fourth quarter because of the lower outlook for U.K. inflation, and euro zone deflation.
With the Greek elections coming up and the possibility of Greece leaving the euro zone, will other countries follow suit? Tina Fordham, chief political analyst at Citi weighs in.
John McFall, former chairman of the House of Commons Treasury Committee, says "too big to fail" banks are one of the biggest dangers to the U.K.'s economy.
Property demand in London has dropped since February 2014 by 28 percent. Russell Quirk, CEO of emoov, says that property demand or "hotspots" has increased in "commutable" areas like Reading and Colchester.
60 percent of employers plan on boosting pay packets in 2015, according to a report by Hays. Paul Venables, finance director at Hays, the report's findings.
Iran's president may sincerely want to liberalize his country's economy, but that's unlikely to happen—for now, anyway.
Torsten Muller-Otvos, CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, says the U.K. should stay in the European Union as it is "good for business."
Scotland’s housing market bounced back at the end of 2014 after the “no” vote for independence boosted the country’s real estate, Knight Frank said.
Iran's president called for an end to state involvement in the economy and an end to the country's isolation.
Ebola made headlines again on Tuesday after the U.K. announced its first in-country case of the deadly virus and two other patients underwent tests.
Investment in London-based firms has increased 20-fold since 2010 and its tech firms attract more than $1.4 billion. Eileen Burbidge, partner at Passion Capital, explains the factors that draw investors into London - including its "diverse" metropolis and "huge talent-pool".
Lower oil prices are great for the U.K., but for Europe it is "a bit more ambiguous," says James Ashley, chief European economist at RBC Capital Markets.
Queen Elizabeth II will use her Christmas broadcast to call for international reconciliation and to praise workers fighting Ebola in Africa.
As 2014 comes to an end, CNBC's Bernie Lo takes a look at the movers and shakers that will likely dominate global markets next year.
Alstom SA has pleaded guilty and will pay $772 million in criminal penalties to settle bribery charges with the U.S. Justice Department.