- @moritheil What ideology is that then? @Frances_Coppola @282holloway @RiazMMM @jarrodmyrick @TickyW 3 hours ago
- RT @StrongerInNos: .@FlipChartRick @ONS Is the growth in self-employment really driven by older people? Some thoughts from me http://t.co/H… 4 hours ago
- @dougshaw1 @MikeVanDervort Except Lithuanian, perhaps... 9 hours ago
- @dougshaw1 @MikeVanDervort Similar to ale. Scandinavian influence on the lingo? 9 hours ago
- RT @christopherhope: Danny makes his move. Chief secretary to the Treasury hints he wants to be LibDem leader. More here:http://t.co/Gbzt4n… 9 hours ago
- @AcademyOfRock Don't you have to be dead to be a saint? Only a matter of time though. 9 hours ago
- @TheSocBiz Las Vegas? 9 hours ago
- @dougshaw1 @MikeVanDervort Is alu beer then? 9 hours ago
- @dougshaw1 @MikeVanDervort Now order a beer. 9 hours ago
- RT @PinkWaferBelle: 18 men in Wales win equal pay claim in landmark case against university bit.ly/1iM1AQ0 9 hours ago
- @MayaDroeschler @a_hartenfeller @HR_Fairy @PeterMWald @MeraJobIndia @HR_Gem Thank you. 9 hours ago
- RT @AnnabelR4HR: Psychology professor Adrian Furnham warns that talent programmes can lead to arrogance ow.ly/w2TlX #HR 9 hours ago
- Comparative recovery
- The social media pillory
- More freelancers than public employees: Is that really a Good Thing?
- Waiting in vain for the rebound
- Is the state shrinking?
- The working poor and the welfare cap
- Public finances: The picture is largely unchanged
- Is wealth inequality just getting back to normal?
- Bob Crow
- What happens when the pensions run out?
- Work in 2030: Even more precarious than it is now
- The 4G workplace
Category Archives: UK Economy
Before the 1930s, the period from the early 1870s to the early 1890s was known as the Great Depression. My A-level history teacher insisted that it still should be, arguing that, although the drop in GDP was less spectacular than … Continue reading
A remarkable piece over at A Fistful of Euros puts the Eurozone crisis and, by implication, our own economic woes, into the context of a generalised crisis facing all developed economies. Three things have caused this, says Edward Hugh, high levels … Continue reading