Millionaire former Chancellor who promised post-Brexit 'punishment budget' looks set to have a good financial year
Forecasts issued by Office for Budget Responsibility estimate figure will fall 25p short due to slow earnings growth
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
Former Chancellor says trade deals with other countries would not suffice
Welfare cuts will pummel the incomes of some of the most vulnerable households, and almost certainly push up inequality. Cuts to Whitehall departments are inevitably going to erode the quality of public services; some will be stretched beyond breaking point
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
In the months following his departure from Number 11, George Osborne received £320,000 on top of his MP's salary for speeches given in the US. One wonders how he made ends meet
Lucrative public speaking engagements see former Chancellor's earnings soar
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
Brexit will mean UK foreign policy being driven more by economics and less by liberal values. A trade deal with the US will be a primary goal, even if it means tolerating Trump’s dangerous response to a foreign policy crisis. Would the UK really stand up to Russia when Putin has Trump in the White House and another friendly leader in France?
As George Osborne told the Commons, the notion of what is happening in Aleppo as a ‘humanitarian emergency’, provoking ‘emergency debates’ and with governments exploring ‘emergency action’ suggests that this is a crisis that has suddenly appeared out of the blue
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