Ensuring a minimum wage of £8 an hour will mean the low paid seeing some of the benefits of the economic recovery.
Author Archives: James Bloodworth
If we carry on letting populists kick at an open door, one day we will wake up and it won’t be Alex Salmond or Nigel Farage gesticulating on our television screens, but something far worse.
Just a fraction of the people the government wants to move to Universal Credit have been moved across to the new payment system, according to new statistics from the Department for Work & Pensions.
Anyone who wishes to see a left-leaning Labour government in England should be rooting firmly for a No vote.
Only about one in 10 people actually pay up after doing the ice bucket challenge. But that’s still a lot of money.
In an article for the Daily Telegraph earlier this year, David Cameron ‘significantly misrepresented’ statistics about the number of British jobs going to foreign workers.
As we approach the apogee of the independence debate, I’ve looked at five mistakes I think the Better Together campaign has made.