Under 50% of Brits 'Very Concerned' About Coronavirus' Impact, Poll Finds
It looks like "lockdown fatigue" is making people less worried about the impacts of COVID-19 on both them personally and the country as a whole.
California Beats U.K. as World's Fifth Biggest Economy
Only the U.S., China, Japan and Germany boast a bigger economy that the Golden State.
Why Healthy Economic Forecast Fails to Address Brexit
The uncertainty that harms economies the most will only get worse in the months to come.
Why Banks Won't Brexit
In reality, London will remain Europe's main financial center.
The 'Norway Model' Would Go Back on Brexit
Being in the EEA would not 'take back control' for the U.K. but it might contain economic damage.
How Muslim Women Are Rising Up Against Discrimination
British Muslim women face sexism, discrimination, and economic disadvantage.
British Bosses' Pay Soars 10 Percent to £5.5 Million
Big pay also remains a "boys club," with no women in the top 10 highest paid CEOs.
British Workers Suffer Pay Cuts On Par With Greece
Pay growth in the U.K. sinks to joint rock-bottom with Greece as wages tumble 10 percent.
What Will Happen to U.K. Immigrants After Brexit?
Integration is harder to achieve where there is competition for housing, jobs and public services.
Theresa May's Premiership Hinges on Brexit
May faces safe political ground due to Labour's situation, but needs to be careful with Brexit.
How Bad Has Brexit Been for the Pound?
Brexit led to a record low for the pound—but is it a crisis or short-term crash?
Brexit: The Characteristics of Areas That Voted Leave
What are the demographic and economic factors that spurred British voters to choose to leave the EU?
How Britain can Rebound after Brexit
Many British businesses did not want a Brexit, and now its up to the British government to reassure them.
How London's Tech Sector Can Withstand Brexit
The tech sector is innovative, proven in the companies that rose from the ashes of the last recession.
A Note to My Friends Who Voted Leave
Jeff Lynn of Seedrs lays out his various thoughts on why Britain made a mistake to vote "Leave," and what the country can expect in the aftermath.
Beyond Brexit: How to Build an Independent U.K. Economy
The U.K. has been presented with an opportunity to strengthen its economy in the long run.
Don't Believe the Brexit Prophecies of Economic Doom
Economists may have overstated the economic downfall post-Brexit.
Liz Kendall: Labour Must Act or Risk Rise of Far Right
If the Labour party does not act, it risks losing disillusioned voters to the far right.
Brexit: The Referendum, Living Standards and Inequality
"Brexit" will have long-term effects on the living standards of the British people.
How Brexit Fears Are Shaking the Currency Markets
While currency fluctuations are not abnormal, the high degree of volatility now is.
How Social Wealth Funds Can Reduce Inequality
Pooling public assets to create social wealth funds can help ensure economic justice for British citizens.
Why Brexit Will Have Economic Benefits For the U.K.
Brexit could reduce prices and allow the UK to re-prioritize EU for more pressing issues.
Turkey is Unlikely to Join the EU Any Time Soon
The U.K. labor market may be closed to potential EU states for years to come, professor writes.
Would Remaining in the EU Create 790,000 New U.K. jobs?
The Britain Stronger in Europe campaign overestimates the jobs that could be gained by staying in the EU.
Bank of England Warns Brexit Likely to Hurt Economy
Campaigners in favour of quitting the EU said the bank had compromised its officially neutral stance.
UK Inflation Rate Hits 0% in Boon for Consumers and Businesses
Inflation at record low as oil prices fall, increasing spending power and cutting manufacturing costs.
Almost 80% of UK Self-Employed Workers Living in Poverty
Self-employment accounts for almost half the jobs created since 2010.
The Mild-Mannered 'Nerd' Who Might Decide the UK Election
The director of the IFS is on a mission to make politicians come clean on their spending plans.
Oil Falls Below $50 a Barrel at New Five-and-a-Half-Year Low
Brent crude fell by 3 percent to below $52 a barrel, while U.S. crude went below $50 a barrel amid worries about oversupply
UK's Labour to Spend '£50bn More a Year' Than Conservatives by 2020
According to the Institute for Fiscal Studies, there are now major differences between the two parties spending plans