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Rather than a decade of renewal, without a radical change the UK economy appears set to face a decade of disappointment.
Belief that the UK is a meritocracy rises as individuals become more economically advantaged, according to a new Sutton Trust report into British elites.
A doubling of estimated costs, likely six-month delay, and a clutch of new sceptical MPs are endangering both HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail.
The emergence of China as a power player in the development world has yet to sink in among British policymakers.
The government has more of an interest in appearing to improve the state of northern constituencies than in actually doing so.
A new report by the National Audit Office finds that Liverpool will wait another five years to use its new hospital. But with huge spending pledges on the NHS, will PFI rear its head again?
For the UK, the 1920s were a decade of profound economic pain and political conflict. The current decade may be little better.
Google’s new corporate structure won't necessarily produce any extra tax revenues for the UK, and it may undermine efforts to reform the global tax system.
The blog isn’t all word salad – but an awful lot of it is.
The Transport Secretary should look closer to home if he wants to explain why Northern Rail does badly.
Another year, another set of howlers.