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For many, work no longer pays. Pay has stagnated for a decade and there are eight million people living in poverty in working households.
The race to master artificial intelligence increasingly shapes rivalry between the great powers.
Capital mobility has sucked money out of the global South and into financial vortexes such as Wall Street and the City of London.
The government adviser and philosopher reflects on Brexit and responds to charges of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.
It is the Scottish author’s sense of overriding hopefulness that qualifies her to speak for us.
A public banking system could make finance the servant, rather than the master, of the real economy.
The rapper and activist on knife crime, the myth of meritocracy and getting stopped by the police.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
As a general election approaches, the Israeli prime minister could yet defy corruption scandals to become his country’s longest-serving leader.
The US yield curve has inverted a year before every one of the country’s past seven recessions.
Tasnime Akunjee on his quest to bring the Isis bride back to the UK.