The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for International Trade.
"Hello angel how are you doing over there?"
We tread a tightrope. On one side, trying to earn our investors a lot more income would involve taking unacceptable risks.
The Living Wage and tax credits aren't alternatives, but allies, in eradicating poverty.
Black and minority ethnic workers are four times more likely to occupy the worst paid jobs in parliament - while every single senior staff member in the House of Lords is white.
Coal is dirty, dangerous and bad for our environment, argues Guy Shrubsole.
The company's CEO told the Sunday Times that customer data “wasn't encrypted, nor are you legally required to encrypt it”.
Spoiler alert: it didn't.
Michael Gove's cancelling of a contract is a start - but the government needs to go much further.
Far from spiralling out of control, the increase in expenditure on tax credits is entirely expected, explains Declan Gaffney.
Rather than fiddling at the margins, the government should just reverse its tax cuts for the wealthy.
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