If the uproar created by the rollout of the Government's new Universal Credit benefits system has shown us anything, it's
If the Brexit vote tells us anything, it is surely this: that despite being 'the fifth largest economy' in raw GDP terms
The whole furore of Christmas and talking to my friend left me with a great sense of depletion. I recently found employment and I even worked in the week between Christmas and New Year's Eve. While I was working I thought about my friend, who told me that she did not want any medication and preferred to live with just her memories.
The post-mortem of Donald Trump's surprise victory in the US elections has focused on how the winner's incendiary campaign
In the days since the US election result, much has been made of the 'whitelash' that appears to have propelled Donald Trump
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For generations, governments across the world have regarded economic growth as the primary driver of better living standards for their people.
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We mustn't further punish the poorest in Britain or around the world because of the decision to leave the EU. Theresa May will already be thinking of what will define her premiership; spreading prosperity more equitably at home and abroad would be something to be truly proud of.
The success of the so called '1%' - bankers, financial speculators and entrepreneurs who control so much of modern wealth - is clearly visible. But what should the response of politicians be to growing inequality? How can we reconcile the obvious need to grow the economy while ensuring the weakest and most vulnerable in society do not get left behind?