Companies like Uber and Deliveroo are corporate rent seekers, not decent employers.
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Western Union Business Solutions and the New Statesman hosted a round table of experts to discuss the need to support SMEs in the wake of the EU referendum.
Growth of just 0.1 per cent – the slowest since 2012 – shows how Brexit has further damaged an already broken model.
The world economy is growing, yet among experts there is a nagging sense that the good times cannot last.
In a system of privatised Keynesianism, households are being forced to borrow more as the government borrows less.
The consumer advocate is furious that his face is being used to sell scams.
If the UK is forced to obey most EU rules to safeguard the economy, it should seek to remain at the top table.
Downing Street is trying to bully Conservative Remainers with the threat of letting in a Jeremy Corbyn government.
The shadow chancellor says “there are no tricks up my sleeve”. But business leaders fear the party would be more radical in power than it suggests.
Thousands of UK employers stand accused of presenting existing low-skilled roles as apprenticeships in order to make use of the apprenticeship levy.
The Starling Bank CEO predicts that innovative fintechs like hers are well on their way to becoming the status quo.