Economy

What would a global switch to cryptocurrency mean for vulnerable people?
Money

What would a global switch to cryptocurrency mean for vulnerable people?

Cryptocurrencies are edging ever closer to the mainstream. Will they fix finance or further deepen the digital divide? Laura Kelly reports.

Rishi Sunak says Brits should be ‘grateful’ for austerity as he all but confirms universal credit cut
Social Justice

Rishi Sunak says Brits should be ‘grateful’ for austerity as he all but confirms universal credit cut

The chancellor called plans to strengthen the UK’s benefit system a “desperately sad vision” during his Tory conference speech.

To get out of the economic crisis, we need vision
Opinion

To get out of the economic crisis, we need vision

We need to think across all aspects of our lives and how we can live them better in the future

After Brexit and Covid, services will be just as vital as manufacturing
Opinion

After Brexit and Covid, services will be just as vital as manufacturing

England faces £1.7 billion hit from public sector pay freeze, TUC claims
Employment

England faces £1.7 billion hit from public sector pay freeze, TUC claims

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John Bird: The answers lie in the ground beneath our feet
Opinion

John Bird: The answers lie in the ground beneath our feet

Household income has ground to a halt despite a rise in employment
Employment

Household income has ground to a halt despite a rise in employment

UK wages won’t double until 2099
Employment

UK wages won’t double until 2099