The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for International Trade.
Our new report finds that the tax is suprisingly popular on left and right - and harms the overall cause of rebalancing taxes to wealth and land, says Andrew Harrop.
You don't open a new world of trade by leaving the European Union - you simply close two down with one vote.
All too often, we drift into telling people we want to convince that they just don't get it.
All Chancellors use chicanery, and George Osborne is no exception.
The story of Britain's finances in six charts.
George Osborne's chickens may be coming home to roost.
The goverment's programme of cuts is a choice, not a certainty, says Jolyon Maugham.
The government always gets a boost out of big setpieces. But elections are won over months not days.
Time and time again, the Chancellor has chosen to balance the books on the backs of women. There's still hope for a better way.
The shadow chancellor on the Spending Review, Jeremy Corbyn's leadership and why trade unions will have to break the law.
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