The weather's looking up and so is the UK economy. Turnover at domestic carmakers hit a record high last year and consumer confidence is back at 2000 levels, too.
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EDITOR'S BLOG: The growing trend for self-service may be a mixed blessing, but I'd rather wait in for Ocado a dozen times than venture into a branch of Sainsbury's, Tesco or Asda.
Carolyn Fairbairn has the unenviable/super exciting task of steering the business lobby group through the EU referendum.
Tsipras pulls out of talks, issues capital controls and calls a referendum on Eurogroup proposals, but Europe may well call his bluff.
EDITOR'S BLOG: We're getting closer to G-Day, so let's make it a Ger-xit.
AUTHOR Q&A: Break up big supermarkets and ban smartphones for kids, says Steve Hilton
YOU LIVE AND YOU LEARN: The chief economic adviser at CEBR and ex-wife of disgraced former cabinet minister Chris Huhne on life after jail, sexist work culture and why Europe needs to give Greece a hand.
Talks are going right up to the last minute (again), but the Greeks haven't yet accepted a deal.
Investors badly want the troika to sign on the dotted line, but the Eurozone will probably keep them hanging on.
There is a 'false choice' between academic and vocational education, says CBI boss John Cridland.
It's not Hong Kong or Singapore either.
Greece storms out of creditor talks after 45 minutes, as Europe rejects its latest reform proposals.
The chancellor is open to accusations of 'selling it off on the cheap'.
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