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Jonathan Algar, Antonia Cox, Nick Faith, Peter Franklin, David Green, Peter Hoskin, Andrea Leadsom MP, Andrew Lilico and Simon Richards assess the Chancellor’s work.
“Flatlining”? “Too far, too fast”?
With shameless courage the Deputy Prime Minister exposed Labour’s vacuity
“There are going to have to be more difficult decisions” in the Autumn Statement, he reports.
It’s a scandal that of the 4.7 million on low wages in 2002, only 800,000 had escaped ten years later.
Cameron is right to personalise his message – but he should combine it with mastery of the numbers.
A large chunk of the policy’s budget is going on the South East, and those who already own houses.
When Saudi Arabia announced that it wouldn’t take up a seat on the U.N Security Council, the proper reaction should be to celebrate.
How is the labour market really doing? Who are the hardest to help among the unemployed? A week on Jobs opens on ConservativeHome.
He adds that the high-speed rail route is something that could “change the economic geography of this country”.
I was surprised by the degree to which Sir John Major has made my old article topical again. So, with only the most minor of editing changes, here it is.
Daily Telegraph interview will help resist the charge of complacency
If our Chancellor starts talking about America after today, then you’ll know he has his worries.
New employment statistics start to show slight improvements for the young and the long-term unemployed
As the headline job numbers improve, there’s still a long way to go for those at risk of being left behind.