The stubborn nature of inflation stops the Bank of England from acting, pushes living costs further up and is seemingly ignored by the government.
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IPPR’s Amna Silim presents the latest Left Foot Forward economic update, for December 2012.
IPPR’s Amna Silim presents the latest Left Foot Forward economic update, for November 2012.
Tentative GDP figures draws our attention to the fall in wages and its impact upon union rights, writes Tony Burke.
The headline stats – on GDP and on unemployment – are, on the face of it, good news for the economy and the government – yet the grim news keeps rolling in.
Jenny Jones AM, leader of the Green Party on the London Assembly, argues the case for a land value tax to be at the heart of London’s economic recovery.
The UK is out of the double-dip recession, which is good news – but it’s far too early to for the government to think we’re out of the woods.
Following three quarters of contraction, UK GDP grew 1% in the third quarter of 2012, taking the country out of the double-dip recession – thanks to the Olympic boost.
Last weeks IMF/World Bank meetings in Tokyo highlighted the fact the austerity measures being forced upon countries are not working, writes Tony Burke.
IPPR’s Amna Silim presents the latest Left Foot Forward economic update, for October 2012.