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The prime minister's hollow promises of “skilling up” are aimed at the very people whose jobs are imperilled by the government's choices.
The health crises envisaged when the devolved institutions were created could be solved using the policy levers available to devolved parliaments – but the novel coronavirus can't.
The government is divided over whether the Covid-19 crisis is something to be lived with or to be lived through.
Britain will soon have to weather not only a second lockdown, but the increasingly likely prospect of a no-deal Brexit.
We are in a new world of low growth, high costs and permanent state intervention.
Lockdown transformed our shopping habits, revitalising cornershops and suburban thoroughfares. But will this change last?
Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds wants to outflank the Conservatives as the party of economic responsibility.
Local lockdowns, the end of Eat Out to Help Out, and public caution are all weakening the UK’s economic recovery.
JM Keynes was convinced that if democracies failed to tackle mass unemployment, people would turn to dictatorships. We must urgently remember his warning.
A new public attitudes project reveals increasing support among Conservatives for raising corporation tax, capital gains tax and taxes on the wealthy.
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