Ulster Bank remains the missing part of the RBS story.
Category Archives: Sustainable Economy
This week’s announcement by HSBC of the extent to which they are circumventing European Union rules limiting bankers’ bonuses provoked more than usual outrage.
Employer market power should be considered in the government’s consultation on zero-hours contracts, according to independent assessors working for the government.
Today’s labour market statistics were broadly positive but there are causes for concern beneath the headlines.
Unemployment decreased by 125,000 between October 2013 and December 2013 to 2.32 million, with the unemployment rate now at 7.2 per cent, today’s labour market statistics reveal.
Quantitative easing and ‘loose’ monetary policy have not been successful in boosting UK export performance.
Carl Packman examines Respublica’s new report on civic finance and the commercial potential of Community Development Finance Institutions.
Right-wingers have been exalting the contribution of the UK’s richest 1 per cent to income tax revenue over recent months. However it’s worth looking at the detail behind these figures.
TweetFive million workers are set to be left out of the economic recovery, according to a new report published today. The report, Working for Poverty, was authored by the Living Wage Commission and states that the economic recovery will have no effect for one in five workers unless employers pay a Living Wage. It describes […]