Retail sales volumes were up 0.3 per cent in July, taking the annual rate of growth down sharply to 1.3 per cent
The veteran University College London professor talks Brexit, the minimum wage and why economists really do care about inequality
The unemployment rate was 4.4 per cent in the three months to June, down from 4.6 per cent in the previous quarter
David Davis has seemingly decided he wants an interim customs union which isn't a customs union. No one has bothered to tell him that this Schrodinger's Customs Union would never practically be able to work
The annual rate of CPI inflation was 2.6 per cent in the month, equal to June's figure
Some now talk of the possibility of India, rather than China, emerging as the world's largest economy later this century. Could it happen?
A report in The Independent last Friday relayed the findings from a new study that suggested almost a third of Remain voters "would accept" the expulsion of all EU workers in 2019.
Jeremy Corbyn's supporters must accept that while the EU isn't perfect, neither is it the cause of all capitalist evil
Someone from the richest fifth of households earned an average of 88 per cent more than those from the poorest families in 2012, with the equivalent gap in 2000 just 47 per cent
Goods exports fell 4.9 per cent in June, the biggest monthly fall since June 2016