Panama Papers: what happens next?

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Why saving steel is about valuing good jobs

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Port Talbot: bail it out, then make a proper plan for UK industry

Vulnerable industries need a hands-on approach from the government More

Weekly Economics Podcast: Budget 2016

Breaking down the big macroeconomic issues - subscribe now for a new episode each Monday More

Budget 2016: all of NEF’s reaction and analysis

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Budget 2016: does it deliver on the issues that matter?

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Budget 2016: austerity did not work then and it will not work now

A renewed commitment to austerity will have strong implications for the UK economy More

Weekly Economics Podcast: energy democracy - Switched on London

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The week in numbers

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A positive step towards healthier and happier towns

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