Spending cuts have deeply affected the help available for vunerable families -- and soon, this will
Cameron promised that there would be no "increase in child poverty". But the IFS says it will soar.
Growth is now expected to be just 1.2 per cent in 2011.
A technical quirk will allow the government to skim small amounts each year from lower income households.
The Bank of England must restart quantitative easing. Then Osborne must slow his cuts.
UK should consider slowing "planned adjustment" if growth continues to disappoint, says the IMF.
Without further cuts and tax rises, Osborne will likely miss his pledge to eliminate the structural
His claim that Labour had no "credible economic policy" is a gift to George Osborne.
The British Retail Consortium has reported that fewer people are shopping and blames cuts for the dr