Economics, Finance and Money
Could Labour Lead a Progressive Party Conference to Work Out how to Defeat the Dark Johnson-Farage Double Act?
With the Tories already planning for a general election in five years, David Hencke looks at their vulnerabilities and the prospects of a progressive counter-attack.
James Melville sets out the state the Conservatives have left Britain in after nine years in power – and wonders why people are still willing to give them their vote.
Johnson’s Brexit Deal is Getting No Scrutiny – But it is the Most Damaging Proposal Ever Put to Voters
The Conservatives' withdrawal agreement is a ticking time bomb under our economy, rights and public services – why aren't opposition parties or the media highlighting this to the electorate?
Labour's Policies could Transform Britain after Years of Austerity – it Now Needs to Convince the Public it Can Pull it Off
The director of Labour for a Public Vote on why Labour is the only party to have correctly identified that next month's General Election is about much more than Brexit.
Iwan Doherty considers the competing economic approaches of the Conservative and Labour parties in the 2019 General Election.
Stephen Colegrave delves into the real reasons behind austerity and considers whether it was just a political fallacy.
James Melville argues that the appeal of the Conservative Party to the UK electorate is the greatest British political tragedy of the modern era.
Iwan Doherty considers whether wealth taxes could reduce the growing inequality in the UK or result in capital flight and comes up with a solution.
Northern Ireland Matters in Brexit – But So Do Jobs, Wages and Public Services in the Rest of the Country
Jonathan Portes, professor of economics and public policy at King’s College London, on what Boris Johnson's Brexit may mean for the UK as a whole.
Byline Times' hedge fund insider argues that hedge funds are not a conspiracy, but they do manipulate market psychology and have unpredictable feedback loops.
Jonathan Portes on why ideology, short-termism and a relentless focus on Brexit has resulted in economic hardship continuing in the UK long after the Coalition Government.
In a new Byline Times series, 'City for Sale', film-maker and writer Tom Cordell outlines the reasons behind the housing crisis, the role played by politicians and the property and financial sectors, and the possible solutions.