The timing of the former Chancellor's announcement enabled people to pay themselves larger dividends from their companies in the 2015-16 financial year to avoid a higher rate
Details of former chancellor's lucrative new job emerge on Budget Day
If the past nine months have taught us anything it is that we should distrust economic predictions, or at least accept there are wide margins of error
Monckton wants her daughter, who has Down’s Syndrome, to be able to work for less than the minimum wage. It is a thorny issue, but there are good reasons why this shouldn’t be allowed
The former Chancellor is already earning a considerable amount from lucratively paid speeches to Wall Street banks
The Independent talks to the distinguished economist as he steps down from the Treasury's fiscal watchdog-cum-forecaster
It may be ethically questionable but it is not illegal. And, more pressingly, it is not in Osborne’s business to care. Just like Trump, Osborne has never claimed he was anything other than a man obsessively fascinated by the art of accruing wealth
Women whose third child results from a rape will have to prove it in order to claim tax credits
Nearly 70 per cent of final demand comes from consumption and consumers don’t react to political events in the stark way economists expected. Remember more than half the voters got the decision they wanted, so why should they suddenly panic?
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer says it was a moment that changed him for the better
Tells Andrew Marr 'we can't tow ourselves out into the middle of the Atlantic'
The former Chancellor said identity politics have taken over from concerns about the economy
Former Chancellor says Britain is 'beginning to learn the price of not intervening'
The former Chancellor of the Exchequer has begun a lucrative career outside of Westminster
The former Chancellor of the Exchequer came to teach economic history at King's College, London, yesterday
Exclusive: The small print of the OBR's forecast document casts doubt on full delivery of Chancellor's vaunted £23bn capital spending boost