'Despite Osborne's new-found freedom from EU red tape, he still hasn't followed through with his pledge.'
The Prime Minister knows that securing his legacy is more important than scheming to influence the choice of his successor
The Treasury said the remaining 9.2 per cent stake owned by the public would go on sale by March 2017
In March, the UK Government announced that it was scrapping 5 per cent VAT on women's sanitary products
We're in a transition period where people aren't taking up badly paid roles so they're gravitating towards temp work. And it's a good thing that employers are being punished this way
The UK's manufacturing output is still a shocking 8 per cent below its 2008 peak
Slower growth, whatever the cause, is bad news for George Osborne. It puts in question his boast that Britain is the fastest-growing large economy. It isn’t anymore
The Government says that it is unable to stop companies from slashing benefits or breaks, but that doing so just to cope with the higher minimum wage is 'unacceptable'
It's comforting to see the man in charge of austerity also has a GSOH
After the introduction on 1 April 2016 of the National Living Wage (NLW), all eyes have been on employers making cuts to perks and benefits
The Chancellor's aunt has attacked the Government's £9 million pro-EU leaflet
Public sector borrowing in 2015-16 was £1.8bn more than the Chancellor's official forecaster predicted only last month.
The Office for Budget Responsibility lowered its productivity growth forecasts in the March Budget, slashing back the wiggle room in the Chancellor's fiscal plans
'Osbornomics' alone would not see the Chancellor to victory in a Tory leadership race. If his policies fail, he wouldn't even hobble to the starting line
Error suggests 'a serious disconnect' from the young people Government initiative is responsible for serving