We've been live-blogging from the CBI conference in central London, as Cameron, Miliband, Boris and co courted Britain's business leaders.
Read the full text of David Cameron's speech to business leaders at the 2012 CBI conference here.
The prime minister is using the rhetoric of war to justify rolling back a fundamental part of Britain's constitution.
John Cridland, secretary general of the Confederation of British Industry, reacts to today's Budget announcements.
CBI secretary general John Cridland welcomes the government's decision to pay £20 billion to help small businesses borrow at a lower rate.
John Cridland, secretary general of the Confederation of British Industry, welcomes the government's proposals today on the potential for part-privatisation of British roads:
Momentum towards tax cuts is continuing to accelerate, as Liam Fox and the CBI add their weight to calls to help businesses foster Britain's economic recovery.
Nick Clegg is appealing to Britain's businesses to take on more young people as the coalition continues to face a bleak economic outlook.
Differences of opinion are emerging within the coalition over its response to the RBS bonus row.
CBI chief policy director Katja Hall comments on the National Audit Office's report revealing the government overegged the impact of its work programme:
CBI director-general John Cridland comments on the government's proposed clampdown on executive pay:
George Osborne's autumn statement has been branded 'Plan A Plus' by business leaders.
Katja Hall, chief policy director of the CBI, comments on Department for Education figures which show that 1.16 million 16- to 24-year-olds were not in education, employment or training in the third quarter of 2011:
One year ago David Cameron promised business leaders he would be an unashamed "salesman". Twelve months later the pitch has worsened, but the CBI are still buying it.
Read David Cameron's speech to the CBI in full on politics.co.uk.
Britain can only secure economic growth by dealing with its debts, David Cameron has told business leaders.
Britain needs to copy Germany's support of medium-sized businesses if the economy is to grow again, according to business experts.
Ed Miliband has insisted his leader's speech was "pro-business", amid a cacophony of criticism from the business world at his rhetoric.
Business secretary Vince Cable is standing firm in the face of extensive lobbying against banking reforms from the City.
Pro-business campaigners are ratcheting up pressure against the coalition as the unveiling of banking reforms nears.
Failure to embrace competition in reforms could lead to deficit reduction plans faltering, the CBI has warned.