Business & Economy
25 May 2017
The Mays’ references to gender-based jobs around the home may have been widely mocked, but segregation still exists in the workplace
22 May 2017
Planet politics is dedicated to the decade of disco these days
17 May 2017
Jeremy Corbyn says nationalisation of water, the railways and the national grid would not count...
16 May 2017
Wages continue to lag behind inflation across the UK, according to latest Consumer Prices...
15 May 2017
But the Prime Minister will abandon plans to offer a £9 per hour National Living Wage
12 May 2017
The policy will be unveiled in the Liberal Democrats’ manifesto next week
IPPR recommends creation of open institute of technology in Scotland to address mid-career skills gap
10 May 2017
The think tank is calling for more investment in skills and better career progression for low-...
9 May 2017
CivTech 2.0 poses a new set of challenges for companies looking to solve public sector problems
3 May 2017
Brussels set to increase Brexit divorce bill demands to €100bn, according to reports
2 May 2017
Professor Lorenzo Fioramonti has called on Nicola Sturgeon to abandon GDP in favour of measuring...
28 April 2017
In defence of nimbys - historic preservation means looking at the big picture
28 April 2017
As Scotland's economy contracts, Scottish Government economists and SNP MSPs scrutinise Lorenzo...
27 April 2017
New infrastructure can have a positive impact, but recent high-profile failures in PFI school...