The Chancellor ripped up his predecessor's plans and has no plan to replace them. What's going on?
There's a big difference between winning an election and implementing your promises.
The brewing row over rate rises is a sign of things to come.
We should ask what kind of financial sector we really want.
The winner of the Virago/New Statesman Women’s Prize for Politics and Economics explores how economics views the world through male eyes – to the detriment of all.
And it isn't "infrastructure".
Even the austerity Prime Minister has turned anti-austerity campaigner in retirement.
May dodged the bullet today but the Labour leader has a chance to do real damage.
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?
The MPs are trying to raise awareness about exploitative practices by some of Britain's biggest businesses.
Partisan newspapers and TV channels let "politicised truths" pass unchallenged, says Simon Wren-Lewis.
Twenty years ago, Labour won a landslide on a tide of optimism. Where did it all go wrong?
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