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The Chancellor's £750m package for charities may cause him problems later down the line.
The government should use newly created money to fund the dramatic increase required in the national debt.
The correct political choices can help prevent a subdued or non-existent economic recovery.
A complex lobbying war is being waged by individual airlines to secure government support, but some companies have also been making recent dividend payments to shareholders.
The US and UK economies are forecast to shrink by 5 per cent in 2020, with China and India the only major countries expected to grow.
To build a resilient economy it will not be enough to talk about public ownership and redistribution: we need to talk more about the activities we value.
Dismissed as low skilled and on the frontlines of a pandemic, workers in the US are discovering the power of collective industrial action.
Hundreds of thousands of people who started new jobs in March are cut off from the government’s Job Retention Scheme.
Future generations and the wealthy, rather than working people and their families, must bear the economic cost of the pandemic.
For too long we have considered work in terms of profit and not in terms of society. We must look again at what we value and why.
Finance ministers are trying to balance the attraction of the Sirens against the fear of rocks.