UK unemployment rate hits 44-year low
Real wages rise at fastest pace since August 2016 but average earnings remain below pre-financial crisis peak
UK economy expands 0.5% in January but growth remains 'sluggish'
Better than expected January cannot make up for poor performance over the longer term amid uncertainty around Brexit
Inflation falls in February as transport and food prices decline
Food and non-alcoholic beverage prices rose by 0.1 per cent between January and February having jumped by 0.8 per cent a year ago
UK economic growth stronger than expected in final quarter of 2017
Numbers are better than initial predictions, but still indicate slow expansion say analysts
More than two million UK jobs linked to EU investment
The 'experimental' figures from the Office for National Statistics highlight the vulnerability of UK workers if we were to crash out of the EU single market and the customs union
Brexit has had no major impact on the economy, says ONS
Office of National Statistics' view contrasts starkly with Bank of England and the OECD, who have both slashed forecasts.
UK bonuses rise to record £44bn beating pre-crisis peak
The average bonus for UK employees was around £1,600, workers in the financial and insurance industry were awarded sums averaging £13,400