Rather than abolishing the 50p rate for the few, Osborne should reduce VAT for the many.
UK manufacturing output hits a 26-month low as growth forecasts are cut again.
The government has put reducing the deficit ahead of growth and jobs. Ignore the scaremongering.
We need the state to invest in business innovation and infrastructure that commercial investors fear
Public sector borrowing was just £20m last month, down from £3.5bn in July 2010.
One extra bank holiday can't explain the dramatic decline in working hours.
It's hours of work that matter. Fewer hours means less income.
Hours worked are down, the claimant count is up, fewer jobs are going and labour output is down.
The Governor of the Bank of England has written to the Chancellor as inflation is yet again above ta
The new IMF boss's comments make awkward reading for George Osborne.