The editor of the political conspiracy magazine Lobster, has marked the death of Sir John Hoskyns by noting that the first head of Margaret Thatcher’s policy unit found her ‘economically …
Academic research suggests that the UK Independence Party will inflict much more damage on the Conservatives in the May general election than on Labour.
The Co-op Bank sold its portfolio of more than 1,000 repossessed homes to a secretive company registered in the offshore tax haven of Jersey. The bank recently completed the £157.5 …
Mergers and takeover activity involving British companies has remained at the low levels experienced since the 2008-09 recession, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) reported that 133 people suffered fatal injuries at work in 2013-14, down from 150 for the previous financial year.
The Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) found that full-time average earnings have fallen in real terms but the gender pay gap has narrowed.
The UK Commission for Employment and Skills reported that urgent action must be taken to improve skill levels and how they are developed in order to boost productivity.
The Office of National Statistics reported that annual business spending on research and development (R&D) rose in 2013 after a former fall.
New research proves that plummeting wages under the Tory-led coalition have been even greater than reported due to major flaws in the Government’s preferred method of calculating inflation.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation highlighted dramatic shifts in the patterns of British poverty over the past decade.
A massive cut in tax credits introduced when the coalition came to power has cost women £8.3 billion, and men £2.3 billion.
A TUC report claimed that 40 years after sex discrimination law changes, the attitudes of many employers remain stuck in the 1970s, with the sacking, bullying and side-lining of expectant …
George Osborne promised to put an extra £2 billion into frontline health services across the country.
All the recent evidence shows Pyongyang clearly signalling its willingness to open up both economically and politically.
The Labor Party in Australia has won a stunning victory in the state of Victoria with a swing of more than 2 per cent – basing its campaign on fighting …