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Austerity will continue under a Labour, Tory or Liberal Democrat government, according to new analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies. In an assessment of the three parties’ budget plans, the think tank found that while the Coalition was on track to achieve an overall budget surplus by 2018-19, the latest forecasts ...
The link between the minimum wage and jobs is not as simple as Economics 101 would have us believe, says Jonathan Portes of the NIESR Economics 101 tells you ...
Vince Cable said the Lib Dems could provide some of the technical solutions for moving towards a federal UK. "I think it’s a good idea that it has now been set a ...
Oxfam press release Responding to the House of Commons' vote granting a second reading to the International Development (Official Development Assistance Target)...
Labour press release Jim Murphy MP, Labour's Shadow International Development Secretary, responding to the successful Second Reading of the Bill to enshrine the ...
Save the Children press release In response to today's announcement on the International Development Bill, with 164 MPs voting 'yes' versus 6 MPs voting 'no', ple...
19/09/2014 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
08/09/2014 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
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