Credit Suisse published the warning in a gloomy note title 'Mayday! Mayday!'
The unemployment rate dropped to 5 per cent in the three months to April
Kenny Bailey's ESA cut provoked outrage when details of the case first emerged
The number of women in work hit 69.2 per cent in March, the highest since comparable records began
Despite support for the government from moderate unions, the changes are seen by militant union federations as a sell-out to employers
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
There were 1.7 million unemployed people in the UK by February 2016
Study show spiral of decline facing many towns, calling into question Chancellor's pledge to bridge North-South divide
The Office for National Statistics said a rise in net migration was mostly caused by dropping emigration
New numbers on joblessness reveal the dramatic divide between neighbouring towns and cities
The rise of artificial intelligence could put millions of human workers out of jobs - could a basic income be a solution?
Surveys revealed similar concerns but in markedly different order for Brits and Americans
ONS figures show the third-biggest rise over a single quarter since records began in 1971
The UK offers the best job prospects together with Estonia, Norway and Austria
The UK unemployment rate unexpectedly fell to 5.2 per cent in the three months to September