New Economics Foundation

Minister admits "there may be other, possibly more substantial ways to bring jobs and investment to the north".
Low wages, precarious work, punishingly high rents - let's build an economy that works for people and doesn’t rip them off
Today is Budget Day, and as the Chancellor addresses Parliament and holds his red case aloft for the journalists, I’m left
The more economic decline a town is battling, the better the Conservatives do.
Brexit has redrawn Britain’s political map with the Tories resurgent in towns battling economic decline, a new report has
It was inevitable that the sheer upheaval of the Brexit vote would lead politicians to focus almost exclusively on those who backed Leave. Millions of Leave voters, after all, have previously been left out of politics and left behind by the economy. And it took their votes in the Referendum to make their point. But the pendulum has now surely swung too far.
There's been plenty written about the government's desire to sell off the Land Registry - including by my fellow Huffpo blogger
George Osborne's proposed law to ensure the public finances should be in surplus in "normal years" has been panned as "risible
The spectacular GDP growth recorded by some West African countries in the past 5 years is all of a sudden undermined by the spread of the Ebola virus. The epidemic has put under the spotlight the poor conditions of health systems in the region, but also the fragility of economic models measured only by Gross Domestic Product.
Budget 2013 live : Follow George Osborne's announcement here with our 'At A Glance' guide to all the big decisions on the
Immigration has no impact on unemployment, according to research released on Tuesday by the National Institute for Economic