As the pay gap narrows for women in their twenties, some suggest the real factor is the decision to have children. But why are we placing that burden on women?
While queueing at a cash point after hardly any sleep amid last night's drama, the Athens-based teacher Evel Economakis still believes his country will hang on in the eurozone.
Is Syriza simply looking to take Greece from a deal-making cliffhanger to plain-sailing for the middle classes who had stability and prospects before the crash?
There are principled and pragmatic reasons for the Chancellor to act in his first Budget of the new parliament.
Today’s figures are an exercise in muddying the waters – if you don’t like the answer, ask another question.
Unlike voters in Greece, Spain or Ireland, the Portuguese are not turning to left-wing parties – even the moderate mainstream left is failing to turn Portugal’s hardships to its advantage.
Sources in Syriza's leftwing faction say that the stakes are nowhere near as high as those involved in the debt crisis negotiations suggest.
Osborne is using the budget as an excuse for reducing the size of the state. Labour must not follow his lead.
Soaring executive pay would be more justifiable if it reflected companies’ results. Yet the High Pay Centre report argues that this is not the case.
The Chancellor misjudged the mood by joking about "Bennites" in response to a question on suicide bombing.
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