Articles by Jay Elwes
Jay Elwes / July 27, 2014
The Labour leader is attempting to cast himself as a politician of big ideas rather than photo-ops, but he overestimates the electorate's appetite for political debate
Two reports released today show that if the UK's recovery happens too fast, it could create serious problems
Labour's decision to block the commons motion was a mistake
A new report's conclusions about the economy will trouble both sides of the political divide
The shadow Chancellor has begun to carve out an ambitious new economic narrative for the Labour party
On Tuesday, the Chinese Premier, Li Keqiang (far left) gave a press conference with David Cameron at the Foreign Office. Crowds of Chinese officials and delegates mixed with British diplomats and...
The full transcript of our interview with the Director General of the Confederation of British Industry
Jay Elwes / June 9, 2014
The key points from our interview with John Cridland, head of the UK's foremost business lobby group
This morning at the Treasury, Christine Lagarde (left), Managing Director of the IMF, delivered a speech that amounted to a ringing endorsement of the government’s economic record. The IMF’s...
The Prospector spoke to Peter Kellner, President of YouGov the polling company, about yesterday's by-election result in Newark. The Conservative party held the seat, which was won by the party at the...