UK economy

University challenge

How to profit from Britain's innovation explosion

  • Why creative destruction works

Betting on politics: A second Scottish referendum

Political betting expert Matthew Partridge weighs up the odds of Scotland holding another referendum on independence.

Hammond backs down on tax rise for self-employed

Chancellor Philip Hammond has been forced to backpedal on his plans to raise national insurance contributions for the self-employed.

Will Brexit lead to Scoxit?

The looming Brexit negotiations has breathed new life into the SNP’s bid for Scottish independence. Matthew Partridge reports.

Dividend-tax grab shows why Isas and pensions still matter

Philip Hammond’s 2017 budget is another reminder that assuming that the tax system won’t change is always a dangerous foundation for financial planning.

The retreat of globalisation

Brexit and the calls for another Scottish independence vote are the signs of globalisation in retreat, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Investors need to take note.

How Brexit could help fix Britain’s broken food policy

Brexit could give us the chance to make changes that could cut food prices while simultaneously creating new jobs, says Matthew Partridge.

Hammond's boring Budget speech promises very little

The vote to leave the EU gave the chancellor a very good excuse to do very little in what he promises was his last spring Budget.

Small businesses: The scourge of late payments

The hunt is on for the person who can solve the late-payments crisis threatening Britain’s small and medium-sized enterprise.

A bad, boring Budget

Philip Hammond’s first spring Budget contained very little of any interest, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

The Budget was boring – and that was a huge mistake

The chancellor had a golden opportunity to simplify Britain’s tax system yesterday. But all he did was tinker around the edges. It’s time to be bold, says John Stepek.

Showing page 1 of 100
66% off newsstand price

12 issues (and much more) for just £12

That’s right. We’ll give you 12 issues of MoneyWeek magazine, complete access to our exclusive web articles, our latest wealth building reports and videos as well as our subscriber-only email… for just £12.

That’s just £1 per week for Britain’s best-selling financial magazine.

Click here to take advantage of our offer

Britain is leaving the European Union. Donald Trump is reducing America’s role in global markets. Both will have profound consequences for you as an investor.

MoneyWeek analyses the critical issues facing British investors on a weekly basis. And, unlike other publications, we provide you with the solutions to help you turn a situation to your financial advantage.

Take up our offer today, and we’ll send you three of our most important investment reports:

All three of these reports are yours when you take up our 12 issues for £12 offer today.

MoneyWeek has been advising private British investors on what to do with their money since 2000. Our calls over that period have enabled our readers to both make and save a great deal of money – hence our position as the UK’s most-trusted investment publication.

Click here to subscribe for just £12