Those on the Left tell us time and again that wealth inequality must be addressed. The fact is, wealth inequality works and we need it
Once again we are at a spending review with less than stellar economic news. The government could do a lot worse than following these simple recommendations
The UK earns a good living by exporting services, only to spend her time condemning some of the leading companies and people involved. Why?
By deskilling and capital consumption we have become a lower productivity, lower wage economy
The economy grew by 0.3 percent in the first three months of this year. But isn't that the least we should expect?
Mr. Cameron, where are the ideas that will reignite this great nation and turn its fortunes around?
Faced with the comical failure of a 2009 prediction, David Blanchflower set out to fashion a new statistic which would prove that he had, in fact, been correct. It didn’t
There are gaping holes in the coalition's economic strategy, as demonstrated by the loss of its AAA rating. The only option left is spending cuts
Until Cameron and Osborne are willing to tackle the problem of big government spending, don’t expect much positive from the UK
If Cameron does not replace Ed Davey with a fiscally concerned conservative as the UK’s energy secretary early in 2013, I wouldn’t give a fracking penny for his chances at the next election
Politics, like football can be a game of two halves. Can this government be radical enough to win the game?
Real Tory modernisers would be asking how we might tackle the underlying decline in competitiveness, rather than dismissing demands for tax cuts and deregulation as a "right wing" obsession
Politically, the Chancellor did what he needed to. But if any of his presentation is based on spin or if there are hidden figures in the book, expect the ghost of omnishambles to return
Today's Guardianista by Philip McMullen
It is only by reducing the deficit and cutting taxes to stimulate the private sector that we will see any meaningful and long-lasting economic growth
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