The pay of company directors has increased almost twice as fast as for workers and by even more compared with pre-tax profits
Protesters have gathered outside the Department for Work and Pensions demanding the sacking of welfare minister Lord Freud
Britain is on the verge of becoming a "permanently divided" nation with the poorest in society left behind, a major new report
The average director of a top company is now paid 85 times as much as the average member of their staff, according to a new
A job is better than no job, but an economy that creates more part-time work, fake self-employment and low value work, and which continually cuts the real wages of its workers, is not healthy.
The pay squeeze is not yet over, despite the resurgent economy, as official figures show that inflation is continuing to
The Bank of England may "have to move more quickly" to raise interest rates if the economic recovery does not see productivity
Unemployment has continued to fall as the claimed economic bounce back saw more UK citizens find work. The latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures show the same pattern as the last year, but signs of a slowdown in the number entering work mean the country is not out of the woods yet.
Britain's economy continues to grow as more people are in work, but the wellbeing is undercut by the fact that Britons' wages
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released information on changes in self-employment, and confirms what we have said for years: the increase is an issue more of desperation than any 'entrepreneurial spirit'.