The government has 4 aims to help the economy to grow: to create the most competitive tax system in the G20; to make the UK the best place in Europe to start, finance and grow a business; to encourage investment and exports as a route to a more balanced economy; and to create a more educated workforce that is the most flexible in Europe.
How we're making sure homes and businesses in the UK can access fast and reliable broadband services.
How the government is removing barriers to growth so the UK can compete in a rapidly changing global economy.
Reducing the deficit - the gap between what we spend and raise in taxes – is central to the government’s economic plans. We also want to correct the imbalance between the public and private sectors that built up in the decade before the financial crisis began.
How the government is reforming the tax system to help improve the state of the public finances, promote economic growth and reward those who work and support families.
We are funding campaigns to inspire more people to travel in the UK, and working with the tourism industry to make it easier for it to grow.
How the UK government is working with the Northern Ireland executive to rebalance and grow the Northern Ireland economy.
How government is giving cities control over their economic growth.
How the government helps rural businesses.
Making sure the London 2012 Games continue to benefit the whole country for many years.
Measures taken by government to create growth - from training to supporting technology, from procurement to improving access to finance.
The UK government's work to create the conditions for growth in Wales includes expanding and improving the rail network and extending broadband services.
What we're doing to regulate the gambling industry and help keep it crime-free, fair and open, while protecting vulnerable people.
Negotiating the European Union (EU) Common Strategic Framework for 2014 to 2020.
Helping businesses increase their exports and making the UK more competitive.
Using the Regional Growth Fund to support businesses to create and protect jobs in the private sector, particularly where public sector employment is reducing.
The government is expanding and improving the rail network to improve passengers' journeys and support economic growth
Town centres across the country are being given the support and the opportunity to revitalise their high streets.
The government is giving councils more freedom to improve their local transport systems to make them more efficient and sustainable.
Creating economic, sustainable and socially responsible growth through competitive airlines and airports
The government will develop a new high speed network to provide the rail capacity that Britain needs.
Plans to make the single market more competitive, easier to do business in and create new jobs.
We're making roads clearer by giving local councils the power to remove road signage clutter, enforce parking controls and manage street works.
Opening up new markets for secure trade and investment with British businesses
We're investing in coastal and seaside areas to help reverse their economic decline and to create opportunities for jobs and businesses.
Local enterprise partnerships and enterprise zones have been created to drive public sector growth and reduce administrative burdens.
The European Regional Development Fund has helped a wide variety of projects, which are designed to benefit regional or local economies.
Enabling the maritime sector to grow efficiently to support economic growth.
Securing peace and creating the conditions for EU membership in the Western Balkans