Alice Gribbin is a Teaching-Writing Fellow at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She was formerly the editorial assistant at the New Statesman.

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Economics
05 April 2012
New factory figures released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) cast a shadow over hopes for the economy,...
The Staggers
04 April 2012
Spring Double Issue for Easter
UK Politics
04 April 2012
Government bank: who, what, why?
Business
03 April 2012
Trinity Mirror has detailed a new pay package for its chief executive Sly Bailey following criticism from...
Business
03 April 2012
Questions for WPP's CEO.
Cultural Capital
28 March 2012
Is it the anger of an indignant republican, or a stroppy fan's tantrum that I feel? I don't, of course,...
Business
26 March 2012
EasyJet, the largest British airline by passenger numbers, has said its half year pre-tax losses will be smaller than...
The Staggers
22 March 2012
Cover story: Conscience of the nation In this week's Cover Story, the Archbishop of Canterbury's former...
Business
21 March 2012
A TV commercial portraying a series of women making the "walk of shame", with the suggestion of how to "...
Business
19 March 2012
British household finances deteriorated at a slightly faster rate in March than February, with a third of households...
Energy/Clean tech
16 March 2012
Is a strategic release imminent?
The Staggers
15 March 2012
The end of socialism
Business
15 March 2012
The chief executive of Tesco's UK business, Richard Brasher, is to leave the supermarket group in July after just a...
Business
14 March 2012
Tesco, Britain's largest private sector employer, has become the first big company to raise its pension age from 65 to...
Star Spangled Staggers
13 March 2012
With Super Tuesday not so decisive as promised by its name, the votes available to Republican candidates today are as...

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