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The government has been forced to publish the assumptions driving civil service planning for a no-deal. Here's what it says.
Why the government continues to use a statistic that its own experts have discredited.
Boris Johnson and Donald Trump’s embrace of higher public spending shows that austerity was always a choice rather than a necessity.
Is US hegemony really under threat?
The new government looks more serious about seeking an election than delivering Brexit on 31 October.
The choice before the United Kingdom remains unchanged.
Eleven years on from the crisis of 2008, we are entering a co-ordinated global slowdow, and policymakers must not be complacent.
A simplistic plan to save money would bring hardship to those least able to cope.
After the slowest economic recovery in history, and with the threat of a no-deal Brexit rising, Britain is in a dangerously fragile position.
The suggestion that income inequality has not increased for decades ignores the surging fortunes of the top 1 per cent.
Going on holiday this summer? It’s going to hurt.