Brexit could erode workers’ wages and conditions, particularly if the British government deregulates employment laws and undercuts EU standards.
After Brexit, politicians hope that technology can help us avoid a hard border in Ireland.
Under current EU rules, Britain cannot recreate a railway monopoly. It can, however, follow the lead of other EU countries in bringing more of the rail sector into public ownership.
London is a global financial centre that relies on money coming in from overseas. When the EU goes, what is left?
Is £26,000 on sausage rolls money well spent?
The gender pay gap and CEO to worker pay ratio won't be fixed by corporate governance initiatives alone.
New research shows there is a direct relationship between central bank interest rate decisions and mental health.
London remains incredibly dominant over the UK regions in terms of financial and legislative decision-making.
Facing stiff competition, the obvious solution is for Sainsbury's and Asda to grow their customer base and revenues, while cutting their margins, through a merger.
Apartments are cheaper to heat, have better views and use land more efficiently.
The UK's food regulator, the FSA, is planning a major reorganisation. The timing couldn't be worse.
When British parents are informed of the risks of HPV, they want their sons to be vaccinated against the virus.
High profile strikes in key sectors – from railways to utility companies and universities – have taken place so far this year.
Young people are poorer than older people in England and the wealth gap between the young and the old is on the rise.
The EU and UK are fuelling the illegal trade through their continuing sale of legal ivory items.
Healthcare professionals should have their freedom of conscience protected by law.
Rather than becoming an independent coastal state and being able to form its own fisheries policy, the UK’s fishing industry remains beholden to EU rules.
When the penny was introduced in 1971, a pint of milk cost 5p. You can't buy anything with pennies anymore.
The UK government is shockingly apathetic about the fast rise in mortality in England and Wales.
Britain's finance minister delivers his first Spring Statement hot on the heels of some rather good economic news.