Profits over people in the private sector
14 Jul
2012
Written by Sam Allcock

Profits over people in the private sector »

Legal
76

Recently a rumor has been swirling around the UK that secretary of health Andrew Lansley wants to get rid of the cap on Read more…

Government reveals scheme to fund lending
13 Jul
2012
Written by Sam Allcock

Government reveals scheme to fund lending »

Banking
345

Government has revealed yet another plan to try to ignite the economy and have committed to providing £1 billion to be used by Read more…

Austerity will probably last for decades
12 Jul
2012
Written by Sam Allcock

Austerity will probably last for decades »

The population in the UK is ageing and as a result, cost of care is rising. The OBR states that greater spending cuts Read more…

Outlook for global economy weaker than expected »

In a recent speech given in Tokyo, the head of the IMF stated that the outlook for the global economy is worse than Read more…

Ministers working to cap long term care »

Economy
64

Many people have faced huge costs when needing long term care and some of these payments are so high that they have been Read more…

BoE keeps rates low and injects more QE into the economy »

After July’s meeting on Thursday, the BoE announced historically low interest rates would be held at just 0.5% and that they would be Read more…

Nick Clegg wants millionaires to pay fair share »

Taxes
63

According to the Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, millionaires are not paying their fair share of taxes due to having the ability to Read more…

OFT revokes license of Yes Loans »

Within the past few years with the economy in crisis, many consumers in the UK have applied for payday loans that unfortunately came Read more…

Increasing controversy over pension tax relief
8 Mar
2012
Written by Sam Allcock

Increasing controversy over pension tax relief »

Taxes
68

Since the beginning of time it seems there has always been a battle between the ‘have’s’ and ‘have not’s’ and it is no Read more…

Greece once again close to defaulting on debt »

It appears as though once again Greece is on the precipice of defaulting on international loans as less than half of the country’s Read more…