Britain is facing huge economic problems. But our politics is descending into trivia and populism. John Stepek examines why, and looks to one country that’s taking democracy seriously.
There are many issues the British public could have a say on. Matthew Lynn proposes five topics that should be put to a public vote.
Banks found guilty of rigging currency markets could end up paying fines far higher than expected.
Recession in the eurozone threatens to take the shine off Britain’s own recovery. Emily Hohler reports.
Rising wages has put renewed pressure on the Bank of England to raise interest rates.
Matthew Partridge explains the ins and outs of the forex scandal: what’s happened, how it worked, and what can be done to stop it happening again.
The majority owner of Canary Wharf may be getting out at just the right time if it decides to sell, says Matthew Lynn.
Labour’s insecurity over its leadership does not bode well for the party, reports Emily Hohler.
Should David Cameron adopt a more conciliatory attitude towards the European Union? Emily Hohler reports.
Wage growth has eclipsed inflation for the first time in five years.