The EU’s institutions are an innate obstacle to building a socialist economy.
The UK economy over the past two and half years has suffered subdued growth, with output now some 2-3 per cent below where it would otherwise have been.
To avoid economic blackmail by the markets, any socialist government would need to impose limits on the movement of money by investors.
Wage stagnation and austerity have left consumers too poor and indebted to allow stores to generate profits.
A global economy in which too much power and wealth is concentrated at the top is inherently unstable.
After the slowest recovery in history, Britain would face a new crash in a significantly weaker position than 2008.
Cheap credit is creating the conditions for the next financial crisis.
From our decaying public realm to rising homelessness.
A headache for Philip Hammond, a boon for John McDonnell.
The government has published its plan to improve the quality of jobs, in response to the Taylor Review.
Skilled EU migrants may have to earn £30,000 before coming to Britain under new migration policy.