The energetic shadow chancellor is challenging the coalition's missteps at every turn.
The British Chamber of Commerce predicts growth of just 0.6-0.7 per cent in the first quarter.
A sneak preview of my interview with the shadow chancellor for this week's magazine.
Voters think the cuts are unfair and bad for the economy. But they still blame Labour.
The IFS warns that higher inflation means NHS spending will be cut by 0.1 per cent.
The trouble for Osborne is that every economic indicator is heading in the wrong direction.
Ratings agencies warn that slower growth could put Britain’s AAA rating at risk.
Britain needs convincing ideas about how to ensure that real wages rise.
Growth revised down. Unemployment, borrowing and inflation revised up.
The £600 rise in the personal allowance will be swallowed up by higher VAT.