Supply chain difficulties and rising costs have forced Made.com into administration
Cutting infrastructure spending and maintaining the pensions triple lock are among the questionable moves in Jeremy Hunt’s statement.
With an election ahead and finances stretched to capacity, the prime minister has a difficult balancing act to strike.
Our panel of academics responds to the UK government’s latest economic plans.
One of the Truss government’s few lasting acts was to cut regulations for small businesses to stimulate growth – but are rules a burden for such firms?
The Bank of England expects a long UK recession but believes interest rates may not need to increase much more.
Deprived areas were by far the hardest hit.
The new government faces both short- and long-term problems when trying to reignite investor confidence in the UK
Affordability is a question of political and policy priorities. If we want a fair and adequate social security system, we cannot continue cutting the resources of those who already have the least.
Rishi Sunak is taking over as UK prime minister from Liz Truss during very difficult economic times.
Only months into the job, Prime Minister Liz Truss is on her way out already, leaving her government in search of a new leader and a way to regain public trust.
How has your pension fared after the recent financial market mayhem?
The UK government has not made things easy for businesses recently.
UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s emergency budget announcement has calmed the market initially but experts see continued challenges.
A redesigned furlough scheme could support people and businesses during the recession without burdening future taxpayers.
More people died from the austerity in the five years before the pandemic than have died from COVID since.
Have the prime minister’s favoured tax cuts and supply-side reforms worked in the past?
Crisis, which crisis?
Why the IMF has weighed into the UK’s current financial situation and what it means for markets.
A deepening recession risk will keep home ownership out of reach for many.