Lowered risk of cardio-vascular disease, longer life, and protection against the common cold are all apparent benefits to be had from moderate drinking.
Think-tank predicts GDP expansion of just 2.9 per cent for 2015
Short working hour and high levels of personal time for friends and family put Denmark in the number one spot
The OECD has unveiled its grand plan to curb multinational tax avoidance. But will it really force global firms to pay their fair share?
Think-tank fires warning shot on impact of Help to Buy scheme in setting off house price inflation amid fears of a bubble
We need a massive change of attitude if we’re to improve basic education and give children what they’re entitled to
Pupils worse at maths and English than grandparents with England 22nd for literacy and 21st for numeracy out of 24 countries
OECD predicts 1.5% growth this year, up from May forecast of 0.8%
Model used to calculate triennial rankings contains 'profound' error, says mathematician
New global rules to force tax avoiders to “pay their fair share” will be introduced under a 15-point action plan launched by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) think tank today.
Despite recent fee rises, a degree is a significant boost to additional earnings for graduates, a new OECD study claims
Young people in the UK spend more time out of work or on the dole than their counterparts in other western countries, according to an influential report out today.
Fears of another property bubble as prices leap in May at their fastest rate for six years.
Economic View: Reform fatigue is mounting as visible results in growth and jobs fail to materialise
George Osborne’s deficit-slicing strategy gained backing from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, but the international thinktank called on the eurozone to turn to the printing presses to revive growth.
It is a funny time in Italy. On paper the country's economy has now shrunk for seven consecutive quarters, making it the longest recession since the Second World War, and leaving it some 8 per cent below the peak reached in 2007.