The Conservatives’ £9bn of welfare cuts will reduce family incomes by as much as £3,000 a year.
You don’t question the credentials of somebody like that or their understanding of the rules.
Even a popular measure has blown up in the government's face. Bigger problems may lie ahead.
One week after the Budget, the Chancellor has backtracked.
The richest Americans could see their incomes rise by between 10.2 per cent and 16 per cent.
John Bennett, Fund Manager of Janus Henderson European Focus Trust, shares his outlook for 2017. He sees the potential for a continued sector rotation as the key factor for European equity investors next year. While he maintains an overall positive outlook, John acknowledges that currency, politics and the chance of deflation are all risks to this view.
Most freelancers are not management consultants - and they don't even get sick pay.
The former Chancellor's political gameplaying has ensnared his successor.
The reality is that Philip Hammond is offering more of the same, says Seema Malhotra.
The numbers of MPs who have publicly opposed the measure continues to rise - and DUP sources expect it to fail.
There is a reason self-employed workers are treated differently.