London economic news & analysis
London economic news, trends & insights
Author of My Booky Wook and Revolution makes surprise entry
Peers urge research into increasing capacity on existing rail network
Official stats reveal prices are neither rising nor falling
We’d need more migrant workers from outside the EU
And we definitely need one. This is why…
The founder of JML on fixing London’s wealth gap
Good day to bury bad news?
The lighter side of economic policy
George Osborne’s sixth Budget today, much like his grey tie, was boring. Here’s why
A quick digest of the things that will affect your business, taxes and NI
Here’s what George Osborne said, word for word, on Wednesday 18 March
New 12-sided coin will be introduced in 2017
Check out the brand spanking new items for 2015
And there’s a big boost for apprentices too
Heads up - the Budget has been and gone, so this sneak-preview is outdated. Catch up on what was actually announced
That’s more than the prime minister
A new report reveals stark truths - and suggests how problems can be tackled
Sunday marked International Women’s Day – a day to celebrate women’s achievements while raising awareness for gender equality
The Bank of England (BoE) is being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) for the way it lent money to banks during the financial crisis.
If you’re one of those Londoners complaining about your miserable morning commute then this news story will make you feel pretty lucky.
But wages in the capital are still higher than elsewhere
Concern over future sanctions against Russia could derail plans
Which parties are on track, and which have gone off the rails?
As inflation rates fall, wages surge ahead of prices
Private equity chiefs using “government-sponsored tax avoidance”, to save £700m a year, investigation finds
Research highlights the money pipeline between political parties and private equity houses
Watchdog investigating obstacles preventing customers switching
Forget the most popular, we just want to know which 7% of people want to be a call centre worker
Well, it’s good news for consumers, at least.
Some (rare) positive news for Britain
Why didn’t HMRC act on the information?