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The Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce has penned an open letter to David Cameron urging him to take action on key issues.
Why investors are cheering David Cameron's decisive electoral victory.
A U.K. vote on European Union membership will show that democracy works, albeit in a somewhat unorthodox and convoluted fashion.
European leaders lost no time in offering David Cameron talks on EU reform, bidding to ease uncertainty about Britain's future in the bloc.
Real estate and property development companies cheered as the ruling Conservative party triumphed on Friday, news that put paid to fears of a “mansion tax.”
The U.K.'s FTSE 100 saw stellar gains on Friday morning with risk assets buoyed by the expected results from the country's parliamentary election.
Follow the results from the U.K. election live.
The surprise success of the Conservative Party, and the rout of Labour, could have ramifications for the country and Europe.
The ruling Conservative Party secured a majority in Parliament and Prime Minister David Cameron confirmed his commitment to a vote on EU membership.
The prospect of a Conservative victory saw sterling spike on Friday, but traders say the rally is unlikely to last after the election shine fades.
Results show a Conservative Party victory in the U.K. general election. CNBC followed all the developments.
Even after the results of the U.K. election are announced on Friday morning, this difficult-to-call election could leave us hanging.
As voting in the U.K. election gets under way, analysts contemplate the possible effects for American investors.
As the U.K. election campaigns draw to a close, we look at politicians' attempts - sometimes in vain - to appear like one of us.
The U.K. has become disillusioned with the two main parties. Why and what does it mean for the 2015 general election?
An alliance of diverse political parties in one government might not be as bad for the business world as people think, experts say.