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The distributional impact of today’s Autumn Statement as broken down by HMRC.
It was reported today that Duncan Smith’s flagship Universal Credit programme may not be complete by 2017 as originally planned.
With little expected today from the chancellor that will make things any easier for those all important ‘hardworking people’, this will be an Autumn Statement that passes most people by.
By European standards Britain’s benefits system is far from generous.
Figures out today show that despite the economy being in recovery disposable income remains stuck where is was in 2005, reflecting real falls in wages.
The coalition’s record to date on infrastructure is woeful.
New research has found a striking correlation between religious selection in schools and socio-economic segregation.
A look at Finnish schools reveals an education system built on unapoligetically social democratic principles.
The deputy leader of Westminster Council has caused anger after claiming that a ‘basic’ first-job salary is in the region of £50,000 to £80,000.