The “just about managing” may soon not be managing at all
Unless the government intervenes—now
May must stop these grim economic forecasts becoming reality
Prepare for a pay squeeze as big as in the 1810s
Democracy should mean we are all of equal worth
Income inequality damages our empathy for others
British Academy debates: inequalities
How can the humanities and social sciences help us respond to the challenges inequalities present?
Rethinking the “elephant curve”
There is now no excuse for letting our policy-makers off the hook
Who pays for our politics?
Public funding of political parties is not perfect, but it’s better than the alternative—a system in which rich donors and trade unions can buy influence
Income stats: has Osborne done it?
It looks as though this recovery has come just in time for the Government
We cannot reason inequality away
For some people, falling into poverty is all but impossible
What is tax for?
It could be time to boost the money we earn from the land
Prospect interviews Amartya Sen (The full transcript)
The full transcript of Jonathan Derbyshire's interview with renowned Nobel Prize-winning economist Amartya Sen
Who shrank my pension?
Cruelty to cats
The newspaper editors who hounded Cedric Brown earn a lot more than he did. Derek Matthews comes to the defence of Britain's highly paid utility bosses
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