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Britain faces rising inequality because of the Government’s austerity policies, the OECD has warned in a new report. The influential international thinktank said a combination of the recession and spending cuts would hurt the poor and young the most. Former Labour chancellor Alistair Darling has also warned the UK could be ...
Office for National Statistics Today the Office for National Statistics (ONS) publishes new findings from the 2011 Census, which expand on previously published st...
Scotland must grasp the opportunity of a Yes vote an SNP MSP has said after fresh analysis from the OECD showed that young and poor people are being hit hardest by W...
Former chancellor Alastair Darling has said the UK faces “bumping along at the bottom for an entire decade” if austerity policies continue. At a lunch for Westmin...
The Government’s policies are shielding the public from the full impact of the rise in the cost of living, the Energy Secretary has insisted. In a Commons debate ...
The SNP has tabled an amendment to the Queen’s Speech calling for a change in economic policy to boost growth and jobs. The amendment will say that the programme ann...
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