The evidence is clear: more equal societites are happier than unequal ones. Other countries achieve it - Britain must do better.
A rich man's world.
An Autumn Statement for the few.
David Aaronovitch reviews new books about wealth and inequality by Linda Tirado, John Kampfner and Danny Dorling.
Peter Wilby’s First Thoughts column.
We are now a nation torn apart (soon perhaps literally) by inequality, and the danger is Scotland is merely the beginning
The coalition boasts that it's reduced inequality, but actually no government policy in the last 30 years has actually come close to bringing it down to average OECD levels.
After the Chancellor boasted that inequality had fallen, welfare cuts mean it is rising again.
The social consequences of inequality, such as reduced life expectancy and worse mental health, cost the equivalent of over £39bn every single year.
The Labour leader is increasingly convinced not just of the moral and economic case for tackling inequality but also of the political case for doing so.