Rishi Sunak has delivered his first budget as UK chancellor and the Conservative Party's first budget since winning the 2019 general election.
Is the UK economy booming or are the statistics being twisted out of shape by the shuffling of gold bullion?
The question is: how long will Rishi Sunak last?
To ensure its energy security and influence in the Gulf region, the United Kingdom will likely deepen its relations with GCC nations in a post-Brexit world.
Research consistently finds that immigration has little, if any, impact on the employment prospects of UK-born workers. But it doesn't account for possible regional variations.
Public opinion is likely to pose an additional constraint to Boris Johnson's attempts to strike post-Brexit trade deals.
The retail sector relies on a little festive excess.
While Johnson brings a modicum of certainty about the UK's direction of travel – out of the EU – its future beyond 2020 remains uncertain.
The academic research makes it clear that 'getting Brexit done' will deeply hurt the UK economy across the board.
Years of austerity and growing inequality has left parts of the UK disenfranchised and frustrated.
Economic forecasts are flawed but they should not be blindly dismissed as fake facts.
Before we declare the end of austerity, it is important to explore what exactly austerity was – and remind ourselves of the terrible toll it has had on many people's lives.
The manifesto is perhaps unsurprisingly dominated by the big picture, with the economic emphasis on nationalisation and climate change.
Promised increases from both sides are a striking new feature of UK politics and could be transformative for many.
A political economist explains the background to Labour and the Conservatives' new commitment to spending and borrowing.
That's to meet your basic needs and have a little leftover for fun.
Neither an interest rate cut nor an interest rate rise are out of the question if there's a hard Brexit.
Not only could less work pay for itself by boosting productivity, it's necessary for human and planetary well-being.
A no-deal Brexit means the immediate imposition of import duties and various controls on UK-EU trade.
It's not all about the economics – people's sense of well-being may help explain anti-immigration attitudes.