There is widespread praise for Britain's economic success, especially in job creation, which puts Euroland to shame. But the UK needs to distance itself from the job destroying dear energy policies of the EU if it wants to keep progressing
The key to prosperity is small government and free markets. To the extent the U.S. becomes more like France and less like Hong Kong, it is doomed to get anemic economic performance
Clearly the economy has excelled compared to the Bank of England's forecasts, which assumed it would take longer for unemployment to fall this far. John Redwood MP explains what's going on
The eurozone continues to fall behind its international counterparts in tackling unemployment
Eurostat said that the eurozone jobless rate had risen to 12.1 percent, or 19.2 million people
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
The solution to our financial woes includes cleaning our exhausted system and replacing it with technology and high value-added industries. Exactly what we're not doing
Jobless rates in Spain and Greece have reached staggering proportions. And as long as these countries retain the euro, the prospects of recovery are slim
British jobs are at risk with the EU’s desire to wipe out national borders in order to keep the EU’s life support system ticking over
With the millstone of Mitchell round Cameron’s neck, Ed should have walked PMQs today - instead, he only just edged it, writes our UK Political Editor Harry Cole
The decision to give the prize to the EU also undermines the memories and achievements of previous winners such as Martin Luther King, Liu Xiaobo and Aung San Suu Kyi.
Cameron got one over an off-form Miliband this week but it was to no avail in the light of events, dear boy writes Harry Cole
Open borders immigration would be a boost not only for the UK but the entire global economy
Critics of the flawed euro project have been vindicated but gloating is premature. They need to set out their own vision
Douglas Carswell MP highlights the pressure on ministers to be seen to be doing 'something' as a factor in the undesirable slide to corporatism
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