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Young Britons have been hit by a real-terms drop in weekly wages of around 10% under the coalition, analysis released by
Britain's business leaders have enjoyed seeing their pay packets soar as the economy recovers from the financial crash, but
The Bank of England will not wait for Britons' wages to grow in real terms before hiking interest rates, governor Mark Carney
A defensive Mark Carney accused his critics of being "muddled" as he signalled that the Bank of England will finally hike
Mark Carney is set to signal that Bank of England rate-setters will finally hike interest rates once the growth in Britons
Workers should consider ploughing their pay rises into their pension savings as the government estimates that nearly 12 million
Britons' wages will by next May never have shrunk so far over the course of a single term of parliament in real terms since
Ending extreme poverty or getting an agreement to reduce climate change means creating complex trade-offs between the interests of countries, companies and citizens and civil society. It involves detailed forecasts, legal texts and new ideas that will galvanise negotiators to agreement. It means putting the UN back in a position of international leadership.
Inflation has fallen to its lowest rate in four and a half years according to official figures, but it is still eating away
Britain's poor are worse off than their neighbours and suffering the same sort of living standards seen in the ex-Soviet