Low-income voters could be a crucial force at the next election, according to landmark...

A landmark report by the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) bringing together four years’ worth of political attitudes research shows how low-income voters could...

Teething troubles: Children’s toy choke hazard exposed

Parents are being warned about the choking risk posed by some teething toys, after almost half of the products tested by Which? failed at...

The Great Insurance Rip Off Over six million of us are paying too much...

Around 6 million insurance policyholders pay high prices and are not getting a good deal on their insurance according to a report out today...

Retail sales fall for fifth month in a row

Retail sales volumes in the year to September fell for the fifth consecutive month, albeit at a slower pace than the previous month, according...

Time is running out to prevent a divided UK warns Lord Kerslake

The government must urgently develop a long-term vision for the UK which decisively addresses deprivation, unlocks regional economic potential and confronts the challenges presented...

One in twenty workers say they are not receiving any paid holiday entitlement

Around one in twenty workers report not receiving any holiday entitlement, while around one in ten do not receive a payslip,highlighting the scale of...

Riots, delays and panic buying if we leave without a deal

A no deal Brexit could result in delays lasting three months at Channel crossings, "significant" electricity price rises and impacts on medicine and food...

It will take between 4 and 11 years to return departmental spending to 2010/​11...

At this week’s Spending Review the Chancellor said that it was ​“turning the page” on austerity. But new analysis from the New Economics Foundation shows...

Chancellor claims to have ended austerity as opposition call it a compendium of platitudes

The Chancellor Sajid Javid has said the “uncertainty” over Brexit cannot “distract” the Government from delivering on the “people’s priorities” as he set out...

The worst of all worlds say supermarkets if we have an October no deal

The reality remains that a no deal Brexit in October would present the worst of all worlds for our high streets and those who...