It’s been a grim decade for Britain’s workers – their pay has been on the slide. But things are looking brighter for them now. Simon Wilson reports.
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Software that blocks advertisements on web pages is increasingly freely available and easy to install. That’s a big threat to web publishers, says Simon Wilson.
The internet revolution has made it harder for musicians to make a living from their work. But it’s not all bad news for the industry, says Simon Wilson.
Ever more people are arriving on Europe’s shores, seeking new homes. What has made them come? And can they expect a welcome? Simon Wilson reports.
A supply glut and a slowdown in global demand has weighed heavily on the oil price. And that won’t change any time soon, says Simon Wilson.
Labour leadership hopeful Jeremy Corbyn has a controversial plan to boost the economy by printing money to pay for infrastructure. Would it work? Simon Wilson investigates.
Thousands are trying to stowaway on lorries at Calais to seek refuge in the UK. But how big is this problem really? Simon Wilson reports.
A recent call for Britain to compensate its former colonies has gone viral. Is it right to pay up? Simon Wilson investigates.
Britain’s prisons are overcrowded and violent places – and overstretched staff can’t cope. With more budget cuts on the way, what hope is there for change? Simon Wilson reports.
The government is spoiling for a fight with the BBC, aiming to end its “imperial over-reach”. The BBC looks flabby and ill-prepared for the scrap, says Simon Wilson.