Despite predictions, UK officially in a double-dip recession »

Economy
79

In recent weeks economists had been predicting that the economy would just slightly miss a double-dip recession by a very small growth of Read more…

New financial forecasts may lead to criticism of Austerity Programme
26 Nov
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

New financial forecasts may lead to criticism of Austerity Programme »

The government’s recently implemented austerity programme may face a significant amount of criticism after new financial forecasts are set to indicate slower growth Read more…

Leading economists urging Chancellor to change strategies
30 Oct
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Leading economists urging Chancellor to change strategies »

Economy
96

According to 100 of the UK’s leading economists, Chancellor Osborne should take drastic measures immediately in order to avoid another recession. They are Read more…

IMF warning UK may need to setback austerity
20 Sep
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

IMF warning UK may need to setback austerity »

Economy
183

In their most recent statement, the IMF is warning that the UK government’s austerity programme may need to be set back if growth Read more…

Deputy Prime Minister Voices Serious Concerns
18 Sep
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Deputy Prime Minister Voices Serious Concerns »

Economy
87

Speaking to the BBC in Birmingham, Deputy PM Nick Clegg voiced his concerns over the state of the economy in the UK amidst Read more…

Chancellor’s Autumn ‘Statement Date’ Has Been Set
12 Sep
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Chancellor’s Autumn ‘Statement Date’ Has Been Set »

Economy
414

Under the previous Labour government we called this a pre-Budget report, but Chancellor George Osborne calls it his ‘Autumn Statement.’ In any case, Read more…

Chancellor Osborne’s Boost Growth – Cut Deficit Conundrum
11 Sep
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Chancellor Osborne’s Boost Growth – Cut Deficit Conundrum »

Economy
389

In efforts to boost economic growth whilst cutting the overwhelming national deficit, Chancellor George Osborne is considering a number of options. The problem Read more…

Failure to Move on Pension Plans Can Lead to Widespread Union Strikes
11 Sep
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Failure to Move on Pension Plans Can Lead to Widespread Union Strikes »

According to top Union sources, Britain could be facing widespread strikes in the coming month due to their austerity programme and major cutbacks. Read more…