The chancellor should use his Autumn Statement to set out firm plans for major investment in the north’s rail infrastructure.
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The chancellor’s vision of a northern powerhouse is a world away from the Department for Transport’s cost-cutting agenda
A senior Tory at the heart of government policymaking has let slip that the Conservatives are considering a new tax plan which could hammer middle and low earners.
‘Are you better off than four years ago?’ Ed Balls channels Reagan to highlight biggest fall in earnings since 1874
Celebrating today’s GDP figures as a victory for the chancellor would be a like praising the punctuality of the chauffeur who arrives at his destination three hours late.
A Bristol-based computer firm has pulled out of George Osborne’s Help to Work scheme after a backlash from welfare campaigners on social media.
We don’t need secretive deals that bring in people through the back door and undercut the wages of UK-based workers.
Now that coalition reforms are in place, we’re starting to see the true impact of government policy – and inequality is on the rise.
Angela Merkel, right-leaning Mariano Rajoy, and the man dubbed ‘Italy’s Tony Blair’ all support it, so why doesn’t George Osborne?