The promise that Osborne made in 2010 to ensure balanced growth in all parts of the country has gone the same way as his promise to balance the books.
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We know most of what’s going to be in the Autumn Statement. But here’s what the chancellor won’t tell you today.
Miliband will say that Britain needs a recovery for working people if the government is to ‘squeeze the deficit and not the middle’.
The UK government’s challenge to the European Union’s cap on bankers’ bonuses has been throw out by the advocate general.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has today ruled that the UK government must take urgent action over its failure to tackle air pollution.
Austerity not only drives the growing inequality in our society, it drives the divisiveness that demonises the migrant, the welfare claimant or the public sector worker.
The political energy released during the referendum campaign is focused on inequality during Scotland’s Challenge Poverty Week.
The proportion of apprentices not receiving the National Minimum Wage has risen from 20 per cent in 2011 to 29 per cent in 2012.