George Osborne is wrong to argue that Portugal’s woes make the case for his spending cuts.
The British Chamber of Commerce predicts growth of just 0.6-0.7 per cent in the first quarter.
The Deputy PM needs to remember that the most socially mobile countries are the most equal.
The inconvenient truth is that Labour also wanted to cut more than Margaret Thatcher.
Conservative minister Greg Baker admits: “We are making cuts that Thatcher could only have dreamt of
First-person account from a nonviolent UK Uncut protester held in a police cell for 19 hours.
FILM: What the mainstream media didn't show you on Saturday.
It is vital that trade unions take a more active role in defining the anti-cuts movement.
Those of us who were proudly and peacefully protesting in Hyde Park resent being associated with the
The anti-cuts movement should not be divided by the right’s narrative on violence at Saturday’s prot