David Cameron reviews a guard of honour as he arrives in Japan for the G7 summit (AP) World steel industry crisis high on agenda as G7 summit gets under way

David Cameron reviews a guard of honour as he arrives in Japan for the G7 summit (AP) The crisis in the world steel industry will be high on the agenda as the G7 summit of international leaders gets under way in earnest in Japan. Read Full Story

 

Sajid Javid - pictured talking to Tata Steel workers in Port Talbot - is due to update MPs after returning from Mumbai Ministers warned over changing pensions law to save Tata UK steel business

Sajid Javid - pictured talking to Tata Steel workers in Port Talbot - is due to update MPs after returning from Mumbai Ministers have been warned not to rush into far-reaching changes to pensions law in an attempt to save the Indian conglomerate Tata's UK steel-making assets. Read Full Story

 

Lord Sugar has warned the Remain campaign must do a better job of explaining why Britain needs to stay in the EU Remain camp ‘must better explain why UK must stay in EU’

Lord Sugar has warned the Remain campaign must do a better job of explaining why Britain needs to stay in the EU Lord Sugar - the Government's newly appointed Enterprise Tsar - has warned the Remain campaign must do a better job of explaining why Britain needs to stay in the EU. Read Full Story

 

The Prime Minister says leaving the EU "would put pensions at risk" Brexit would put pensions at risk, David Cameron tells older voters

The Prime Minister says leaving the EU "would put pensions at risk" Workers should brace themselves for a less comfortable retirement if Britain leaves the EU, David Cameron said as the fight for the support of older voters intensified. Read Full Story

 

The survey found 43% of small and medium-sized enterprises in Scotland do business internationally Scottish small enterprises ‘lag behind UK on international business’

The survey found 43% of small and medium-sized enterprises in Scotland do business internationally Less than half of Scotland's smaller firms have done business internationally, leaving them lagging behind the UK as a whole, according to research. Read Full Story

 

Concerns about the EU referendum have hit business confidence, research shows EU referendum concerns ‘dent optimism in services sector’

Concerns about the EU referendum have hit business confidence, research shows Concerns over the European referendum and slowing global growth have dealt a blow to optimism in the services sector, according to a report. Read Full Story