Supermarket price wars mean that milk is getting cheaper. That’s good news for consumers, but not for Britain’s embattled dairy farmers, says Simon Wilson.
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“NHS in crisis” headlines have become an annual event. But are things really as bad as all that? Simon Wilson reports.
America and Cuba have announced moves to thaw diplomatic relations after more than 60 years of frost. Simon Wilson looks at what this will mean.
The tumbling price of crude oil is rattling investors in renewable energy, who fear new investment projects may not be economically viable. Simon Wilson reports.
Russia makes much of its money from selling oil, and is being squeezed by the falling price. Can the country’s president survive as his fellow countrymen turn glum? Simon Wilson reports.
The Smith Commission has recommended radical changes to the relationship between Scotland and the UK, but that may not be enough to save the Union. Simon Wilson reports.
US telecoms are battling President Obama’s call for all internet traffic to be treated equally. How might this regulatory spat affect internet users? Simon Wilson investigates.
Swiss citizens are set to decide whether the central bank should be forced to increase its gold reserves. The prospect is making markets anxious. Why? Simon Wilson reports.
The Treasury is making a song and dance about its decision to repay bonds issued to finance World War I. But is it really such good news? Simon Wilson reports.
David Cameron is refusing to pay. The FT says he’s overreacting. Simon Wilson on Britain’s latest row with the EU.