The shadow chancellor's promises make electoral sense, but mean a lot of pain for the young and the poor.
Since Brexit the economy has avoided the financial armageddon that was widely predicted.
The Office for Budget Responsibility has released its first post-Brexit forecasts.
The new Chancellor is trying to thread a very tricky knot.
The phrase "national living wage" is government PR, and journalists shouldn't use it.
All of the original justifications offered for austerity have collapsed.
The shadow chancellor's decision to support this tax cut is as disappointing as it is innumerate.
Trump’s public investment plans will give markets a boost but could end up hurting the world.
As with Brexit, there’s little evidence that the US presidential election result had much to do with voters’ personal economic circumstances.
After four decades, the economic consensus is crumbling. What can politicians do next?
This disastrous plan to expand Heathrow will fail, vows Tom Brake.
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