Keep an eye out for how the economic forecasts for 2017 are shaping up, PMIs for manufacturing, Eurozone unemployment figures, social change in Britain and how markets react to the Italian referendum
The population must now confront a sharp decline in living standards, driven by globalisation, technology and changes in the structure of the work force
The jobless rate edged down to 4.8 per cent in September, the lowest since 2005
The former chancellor said the idea, espoused by Ms May, was contradicted by 'hard data'
Claimant count fell by 8,600 to 764,000 in July. City of London analysts had been expecting an increase in wake of referendum
Bank of England's monetary stimulus depresses investment returns increasing pension gaps; joblessness predicted to hit 5.5% by the end of next year; meanwhile the FTSE 100 is booming
The percentage of employers expecting to increase staff levels over the next three months dropped from 40 per cent before the Brexit vote to 36 per cent in July
Some were reluctant to engage with researchers ‘for fear that our inquiry was part of the Prevent programme’ the report says
The UK economy is likely to suffer 'severe confidence effects on spending and business'
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 bottom line, which may surprise many people, is that EU immigration has not harmed the pay, jobs or public services enjoyed by Britons"
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