The mini-budget hasn’t broken the economy, but it might just have broken the Conservative Party. On Sunday, Party Chairman ...
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Kwasi Kwarteng’s reluctance to confirm that benefits will be uprated next year in line with inflation has fed speculation ...
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Regardless of the actual fiscal impact, the rabbits that Chancellors yank from the hat with the greatest flourish on Budget ...
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The UK remains a nation of homeowners, with two-thirds of all dwellings belonging to the people who live in them. But as interest rates swiftly rise, there are fears that many of those households will ...
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There have been jollier times to be a Conservative Prime Minister heading into her first party conference as leader. Not only ...
Edmund Burke once said that society is a partnership ‘not only between those who are living but between those who are living, ...
Among the many growth-boosting policies unveiled by Kwasi Kwarteng last week, the plan for 38 new low-tax, low-regulation ...
With a new government, the Queen’s death and now the Truss-Kwarteng mini-budget, industrial unrest has not been in the ...
Amid all the opprobrium aimed at the Government this week, we should not forget that Liz Truss’ core economic arguments are right – we really do need both higher interest rates and supply-side reforms ...
With both sterling and the Bank of England’s reputation taking a battering as inflation runs out of control, a quick and ...
Just over a week ago, mourners from across the globe came to commemorate the life of the UK’s greatest diplomat, Queen ...
Change is in the autumnal air in Westminster and with a new Government in place, there is much talk and evidence of radical ...