House buyers are entitled to feel disgruntled at today’s vastly inflated prices. Dominic Frisby offers a ray of hope that an end to the madness may be in sight.
The UK coal industry once employed 1.2 million people. Now, two of the last three underground mines are about to close. What went wrong? Matthew Partridge investigates.
Whether the Bank of England decides to raise interest rates or not, it can’t win, says Matthew Lynn.
Merryn Somerset Webb’s proposed changes to inheritance tax have proved divisive. Here, she explains why the objections are groundless.
The debate over whether to scrap inheritance tax has gathered pace.
Britain’s manufacturing sector is undergoing a mini-revival. Nowhere more so than in the West Midlands. Matthew Partridge explains how you could profit.
Ex-stockbroker Nigel Farage is hardly the most likely candidate to lead the people’s army.
Has the press been hypocritical in its pursuit of former culture secretary Maria Miller? Matthew Partridge reports.
Nigel Farage was spot on – those in power must be held to account, says Bengt Saelensminde. And with companies, that starts with the shareholders.
Pension changes mean you need to take charge of your retirement. David C Stevenson explains how.