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A government proposal could change eligibility criteria to give two million more people statutory sick pay. But many will have to continue without it.
In recent weeks, Facebook has created a new digital currency and the price of Bitcoin has fluctuated wildly. Has money itself always been an illusion?
It is nearly always working class resistance that stimulates technological innovation.
The Tory frontrunner’s plan is expensive for the Exchequer, but neglible for its beneficiaries.
Make UK, which represents 2,000 British manufacturers, has described a no-deal Brexit as “economic lunacy”.
Paradoxically, the political strengths of the new rule are also its biggest policy weaknesses.
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While not imminent, a recession feels more likely than it once did. James Foster, manager of the Artemis Strategic Bond Fund, considers what the yield curve is telling us.
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Alex Crooke, Fund Manager of the Bankers Investment Trust, explains how the team is preparing for a different investment landscape in the second half of 2019.
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Our analysis shows that claims that legal protections will keep pace with the EU are wholly unenforceable.
The UK, damaged by Brexit and austerity, will face the next recession in its weakest position for decades.