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Covid-19 has accelerated the decline of traditional high street commerce – but there is hope for the future.
The local wage gaps in southern suburbia are just as stark as in so-called Red Wall towns.
When was the last time a Scottish cabinet minister made a speech about the vital role the private sector plays in funding public spending and creating jobs?
The Covid crisis can enable us to reimagine how we live together and renew the foundations of our economy.
The Scottish government economic adviser on the dangers of independence and her new book on the “mission economy”.
We’ve tracked a range of economic indicators to see how Britain is weathering the events of the past year.
If the Prime Minister can’t imagine working productively outside an office, that says more about him than anyone else.
The Chancellor is right that there are advantages to a level of in-person working. But if he cares so much, why has he done so little to encourage it?
As one of the UK's most high-profile bankers, Robert Wigley witnessed first-hand the long-lasting damage caused by the financial crash.
By boosting domestic demand for imported goods, the package will perpetuate US trade imbalances with China.
The firm repeatedly fights regulatory rulings in the courts, and only improves when left with no choice.