IFS study proves conclusively that June emergency Budget was regressive, not progressive.
Will the coalition now stop dismissing its economic critics as “Labour scaremongers”?
The countries with the biggest cuts also suffered the largest increases in inequality.
The Chancellor still won’t accept that his plans are regressive, not progressive.
There are too many warning signs for the coalition to dismiss fears of another downturn.
Home Secretary warned Chancellor that the Budget could break equality laws.
With tax revenues buoyant, there is now no good economic reason for Osborne to slash spending.
Defending your economic plans means you have to try to discredit your opponents.
The Guardian’s Treasury scoop demands a better response from the right.
The Budget is a direct threat to all women who believe their future should not depend on the ability to procreate