While highlighting dangers abroad, Cameron ignores those at home, including the long decline in living standards, the lack of investment and an overheated London property market.
Those economists who insisted that the recovery was on track have been left with egg on their faces.
The Chancellor's Autumn Statement shows a commitment to backing the unregulated and reckless financi
The real issue for Britain is our long-term competitiveness.
The Telegraph blogger's response to my ebook on austerity is interesting but ill-informed.
Amid the gloom, one good news story isn’t enough and the Chancellor knows it. He must act to stem th
It is increasingly clear that the PM is out of his depth and out of touch. This is "nothing for noth
Polls show increasing public discomfort with the economy -- but Labour is not capitalising on this o
Contrary to the coalition government's spin, the economy was recovering nicely under the last Labour
Today has seen a flood of bad economic news. The Autumn Statement may be too little, too late.