jonathan portes

The political implications of a no deal outcome threaten to be every bit as significant as its economic fallout, Anand Menon and Jonathan Portes write.
It will 'leave us £615m worse off' in higher borrowing and lost trade
The five things you need to know on Tuesday, December 20… 1) PURE MAY-BELIEVE There’s no Cabinet today and word in Whitehall
Ministers are refusing to publish official migration figures, because their release would be "unhelpful" to David Cameron's
Iain Duncan Smith has come under fire after one of the advisers behind his flagship benefits programme revealed that he knew
David Cameron "significantly misrepresented" official statistics to "baselessly" claim that foreign workers had taken most
David Cameron has been rebuked by the government's statistics watchdog for claiming that foreign workers take "most new jobs
George Osborne is set to get a massive political boost as new figures suggest that the economy is nearly back to where it
David Cameron's claim that the number of households without work doubled under the last Labour government has been disproved
Did soaring immigration under the last Labour government cost British workers their jobs? That was the message from Iain