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Only the government can administer the required medicine of subsidies and price controls.
The standard monthly welfare payment is now £52 lower in real terms than in 2010.
It is not the job of central bankers to bail out a reckless government.
The slide in sterling indicates that traders are cynical about Liz Truss’s big gamble on growth.
Britain does not want the fever of inflation – but it is unprepared for the cure.
The extra bank holiday for the Queen's funeral could cost the British economy £2bn.
Inflation has hit double figures for the first time in 40 years, while the economy is shrinking.
Fresh produce increased in cost by 10.5 per cent in the 12 months up to August.
A financial crisis is coming and Liz Truss has the air of a gambler who bets the lot at the…
Record inflation for milk and other essentials demands immediate action, but Britain’s food security needs more than a quick-fix.
Inflation is now predicted to rise above 18 per cent, despite six consecutive rate rises by the Bank of England.…
Prices are rising faster for items aimed at women, who tend to be poorer already.
Britain is the only major Western economy in which inflation has hit double digits.
An extra £8.3bn will now be needed to maintain current public service spending levels.
Pay growth at the top has reached 11 per cent while the bottom tenth of earners have seen their wages…
The power politicians and the Bank of England have to bring down inflation is sadly very limited.
Higher inflation cancels out offers for nurses, doctors, teachers and dentists.
Inflation in the UK has reached 9.1 per cent; economists say life outside the EU could make these conditions more…
Since 2008, politicians and bankers have kept recession at bay by pretending it wasn’t happening. That strategy is beginning to…