The Chancellor has the wriggle room to get close to the DUP's spending increase – but emotion matters more than facts in politics.
Croatian journalist Damir Pilić meets the thinkers left adrift by the demise of the Soviet Union, and finds out what is now driving Marx back up the political agenda.
Technology is changing the labour market faster than ever before. John McDonnell argues that it's the state's responsibility to make sure the outcome is fair for everyone.
The shadow chancellor warns that George Osborne is "opening up a massive deficit with the future" .
The bank is now closing for refurbishment. Whether it will be demolishing its secret garden, I do not know – but I know where my money would be if I were a betting man.
I would argue that Spectre, despite all its aerial gymnastics, also has a subtext dug deeply into the built environment.
Far from getting a great deal for taxpayers, the Treasury will be the worse off in the long run, explains Jolyon Maugham.
The sale of former Northern Rock mortgages is a timely revenue raiser ahead of the Autumn Statement.
If the government really cares about women’s health and isn’t just using the campaign against the tampon tax for cheap anti-Brussels headlines, there’s a simple solution.
As Haringey Council in London's community centres are just the latest to be threatened by cuts, are we facing a future without community or compassion?
The debate over Northern Ireland's constitution can be a dramatic political issue. But with the Republic and Northern Ireland both facing financial problems, the solution may have to be a pragmatic one.
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