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The Chancellor’s first argument is a traditional one for austerity. His second is that relatively little stimulus will be needed for economic recovery.
In a week that shook the UK’s gig economy, the New Statesman reveals nearly a quarter of Uber drivers are claiming compensation after winning a legal battle for workers’ rights in the Supreme Court.
Labour has a clear social democratic position, but it is unclear how or if the party plans to regain electoral credibility.
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Ollie Beckett, Fund Manager of TR European Growth Trust, delivers an update on the Trust and how the portfolio is positioned considering the recent Brexit deal. Ollie also discusses why he believes valuation and European smaller companies may benefit from a pickup in economic growth in the new year.
Klarna has become one of the world's biggest fintech companies on the promise of fast, fearless online shopping, but its bubblegum-pink exterior is beginning to crack.
The mogul’s retail empire has crumbled. Is it all his fault?
Philip Green’s humbling should mark the end of an era of corporate recklessness – but for now, it has merely intensified the economic crisis facing British workers.
The former Financial Times editor on Brexit, learning from his father, and the crisis of liberalism.
How Covid-19 halted the relentless rise of the capital.
“The brand is the most important thing – a lot of us just feel like a number now.”
The department store is not applying for the Job Retention Scheme designed to protect workers amid the pandemic.