The truth behind Philip Green's business practices is out, as Theresa May pledges to ensure the benefits of growth are shared amongst workers.
Lynsey Hanley’s memoir Respectable: the Experience of Class attacks the sharp-elbowed bourgeoisie – but society will only be transformed by building coalitions between the middle and working classes.
We need a dynamic education system to meet the challenges of an ever-changing labour market.
We need plain speaking on tax, not Double Dutch.
To secure Brexit, the Leave campaign must overturn the most stubborn law in politics.
Record employment is not a position to be sniffed at, but we shouldn’t be satisfied that this is as good as it gets.
Finances can be the first thing to go when you feel you have no control over your life – but they can also buoy you through the choppy seas of your twenties.
The Leave campaign's move offers its opponents new economic ammunition.
The Chancellor has not delivered the high-wage economy he promised.
David Cameron is remarkably adept at getting out of trouble.
It may seem blasphemous to neoliberals, but a universal basic wage may be the only choice we have.
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