Agnes Norris Keiller / January 9, 2018
According to the IFS, employers could respond to a rising cost of labour by switching to machines—but it’s not guaranteed
The prime minister of the “just about managing” can no longer manage herself
Maya Goodfellow / January 8, 2018
The BBC pay row signifies a much deeper problem: an economy that operates on gender and race disparities
George Magnus / January 8, 2018
This marks the 103rd month of US economic expansion. Is the country due a recession?
"Frexit," "Irexit," "Quitaly": why Nigel Farage is wasting his time trying to talk other countries out of the EU
Alessio Colonnelli / January 8, 2018
A Farage-backed conference will explore the prospect of Ireland leaving—while in Italy, the Eurosceptic Five Star Movement is on the rise. But will either actually go anywhere?
It would be wise to view a new poll with caution
Susie Orbach / January 8, 2018
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Dominic Hinde / January 5, 2018
SNP members are more likely to feel good about meetings and campaigning. What do they have that the other parties lack?
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Sam Lowe / January 5, 2018
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