Michael Gove wasn’t the “winner” in the Spending Review many proclaimed him to be.
Labour has to find a credible counterargument to defend this key progressive principle.
Defenders of George Osborne’s plans to hack back public spending cite the Geddes Axe of 1921 and the
Can ministers or newspapers get their facts straight on benefit fraud, unemployment and the "work-sh
Two polls show that voters think cuts are unfair and will have most impact on the unemployed and dis
New figures expected to show sharp slowdown in growth.
How to resolve the unending progressive/regressive debate.
Osborne caught out on claim that combined tax and benefit changes are “progressive”.
The Chancellor’s benefit cuts are designed to clear the Labour-voting poor out of London.