The Autumn Statement was never meant to become a "second Budget" but Osborne has made it one. And the Treasury Select Committee is right to say so.
As well as boosting pay for low earners, we need to tackle excessive pay at the top.
A growing number of businesses recognise that their self-interest is best served by an economy that is not fatally undermined by climate change.
The tiny minority that runs big business and politics has failed the hard-working majority in Britain.
Danger of a triple-dip recession as NIESR forecasts that the economy contracted by 0.3 per cent in the final quarter of 2012.
To stand apart from Cameron and Clegg, Miliband needs a radical agenda for the bottom half of the labour market.
Borrowing so far this year is 10 per cent higher than in 2011.
The new Bank of England governor shouldn't be given so much credit for Canada's economic success.
The refrain is that the Chancellor must do something – anything – but few have any confidence that he will.
Osborne said the economy was "on the right track" but the Bank warns growth could disappear in Q4.