Chuka Ummuna has set out Labour’s plans to institutionalize the developmental state and the rise in productivity it achieved in 1997-2010 to solve the living standards crisis.
Author Archives: Cormac Hollingsworth
Ed Miliband’s speech shows that politicians of all stripes have had damascene conversions on their attitudes to the banking sector.
Could borrowing be a lot lower by the election than anyone now expects?
A damning report into the dealings of HSBC reveals tax avoidance along with links to suspicious groups.
After the most expensive presidential election ever (more than one billion dollars was spent), Cormac Hollingsworth look at how efficient all the spending was.
Margaret Thatcher thought privilege caused Britain’s decline, writes Cormac Hollingsworth; David Cameron needs to explain why he disagrees with her.
Last night’s IMF reassessment on the UK economy is a massive boost for Ed Balls’s 5-point plan for growth, writes Cormac Hollingsworth.
Cormac Hollingsworth investigates the ins and outs of the new borrowing figures which are now back to record 2009 levels.
David Cameron and George Osborne are set to borrow double the figure Gordon Brown and Alistair Darling were projected to.