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Cheat Out to Help Out: Government Loses Nearly £6 Billion in Fraud Involving COVID Schemes

, 4 November 2021
HMRC annual accounts reveal billions lost in fraud through the Treasury’s furlough payments and Rishi Sunak’s eating out scheme

EXCLUSIVE £515 Million-a-Week Hit in UK Exports to Top European Partners

, 2 November 2021
New Government data shows rapidly falling trade with countries on the continent, reveals Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE ‘Levelling Up’ Fund Gives £1.25 Billion to Areas that Have Lost £25.5 Billion

, 29 October 2021
Despite favourable newspaper headlines, Rishi Sunak’s spending commitments are still overwhelmed by the legacy of austerity reports Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE North East Loses Out in Levelling Up Funding Round

, 27 October 2021
Relatively little investment has been directed towards the region, despite its higher levels of deprivation, reveals Sam Bright

Autumn Budget: Women and Children First?

, 27 October 2021
While there were welcome announcements on family spending and low pay, the Autumn Budget fails to rollback the inequality caused by 11 years of Conservative austerity

EXCLUSIVE ‘A Haven For Dirty Money’: Nearly Half of All Corporate Violations in the Past Decade Committed by Financial Sector

, 26 October 2021
New data analysed by the Byline Intelligence Team shows the extent of fines handed out to the the largest banks – despite financial services contributing less than 7% to the UK economy

A Winter of Discontent? Maybe. A Frozen Government for Sure

, 22 October 2021
Peter Jukes looks at the differences between the crises of the 1970s and the current state of Brexit Britain – and finds some surprising but chilling echoes 

EXCLUSIVE Taking Jobs or Creating Jobs? The Impact of Brexit on Wages

, 18 October 2021
Jonathan Portes analyses Boris Johnson’s claim that curbing immigration should lead to a “high productivity, high wage” economy

Johnson’s Hypocritical Hand-Outs: How MPs Warp Perceptions of Poverty

, 12 October 2021
The reality of deprivation in Britain is distorted by those who complain about earning more than £80,000 a year and rely on wealthy friends to pay for their holidays, says Maheen Behrana

A Turning Tide? Johnson’s Campaign to Turn Two Fingers Up at Business Continues

, 8 October 2021
Mike Buckley reflects on the Prime Minister’s attempts to distract from the economic plague that the Government has inflicted on the nation

The Big Political Problem With Boris Johnson’s Wage Pronouncements

, 4 October 2021
The Prime Minister’s latest inaccurate narrative is fraught with potential embarrassments, says Sam Bright

The Government Must Match Labour’s Ideas on Carbon-Free Steel

, 28 September 2021
Cleaning up the industry will require immediate institutional action, says Iwan Doherty

Johnson’s Conservatives are the Party of Wealth Conservation and Emotional Exploitation

, 9 September 2021
Maheen Behrana explores how the rise in National Insurance to fund the broken social care system reveals how little the public understands about taxes – something the governing party is happy to take advantage of

Brexit and the Economy: The Story So Far

, 18 August 2021
Jonathan Portes delves into the data on the economic performance of the UK after its exit from the EU’s single market and customs union on 1 January and assesses the real-world impact of these new trade barriers

Breaking Taboos: ‘We Need to Talk About Money’

, 30 July 2021
Poppy Sebag-Montefiore speaks to Otegha Uwagba about her new book, which questions why those who have benefitted from financial help are so reluctant to be transparent about it

‘Ludicrous’ Brexit VAT Change Wreaks Havoc on Businesses

, 5 January 2021

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