The continued collapse of consumer confidence will bring a gaggle of U-turns from the coalition.
“This quarter is bound to be better.” How does he know?
Plan A failed and Mervyn King can't deliver on plan B.
Double dip looks highly likely now.
Tags: George Osborne
Ed Balls is the last person George "Slasher" Osborne wanted to shadow him.
The coalition may claim to be committed to front-line services and public-sector jobs, but the economic data suggests otherwise.
Speeches by the Labour leadership contender Ed Balls and the chairman of the Fed, Ben Bernanke, have shredded the coalition’s case for austerity.
This time on inflation.