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So the Oxford English Dictionary's 2016 Word of the Year has been announced. Where last year the word was actually a pictogram, the 'crying laughing face emoji', this year the word is a two-word phrase: Post-Truth.
Labour's attempted fightback against a wave of criticism from business chiefs was derailed after Ed Balls agonisingly failed
George Osborne's aides should not be responsible for helping estimate how much Labour's spending plans would cost the public
Ed Miliband has "lost touch" with English voters and fallen victim to a "collective panic" over the question of restricting
Alistair Darling would be welcomed back to Labour's frontbench team "like a shot", shadow chancellor Ed Balls has said. Speaking
Ed Balls has attempted to bolster Labour's economic credibility by ruling out higher borrowing to pay for its programme if
George Osborne is much better at handling the economy than his Labour rival Ed Balls would be, a survey suggests. A survey
Ed Balls has indicated that he could resign as chancellor if a future Labour government proposed joining a currency union
Inflation fell for the sixth month in succession in March paving the way for an end to the prolonged squeeze on wages, official
Tory MP Andrea Leadsom has been appointed the new economic secretary to the Treasury in a surprise reshuffle prompted by