Super-low interest rates are not helping Britain’s economy recover, says Merryn Somerset Webb. They’re holding it back.
The changes Ed Miliband made to the Labour party voting system is a threat to the party itself. Emily Hohler reports.
The annual rate of consumer price inflation (CPI) ticked up from 0% to 0.1% between June and July.
In selling The Economist, Pearson might well be flogging the wrong assets at the wrong time, says Matthew Lynn.
Dairy farmers are protesting against low milk prices and farmers unions want the government to intervene. Are supermarkets to blame, or is dairy production flawed? Matthew Partridge reports.
It’s not just Labour that could split over a Jeremy Corbyn victory, the Tories could too.
To escape tougher regulation, charities such as Kids Company, must run themselves like businesses. Emily Hohler reports.
Many things are weighing on prices and we’re about to enter a period of deflation. The gogglebox must share some of the blame, reckons Pete Comley.
Tot up all the tax breaks and the real cost of the charity sector to the taxpayer is far higher than you think, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Start-ups simply don’t need the City anymore, says Matthew Lynn. And pretty soon they might not need the stockmarket either.
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.