Wednesday 19th October 2022, The Geological Society
Summary Kwasi Kwarteng announced a range of fiscal measures, which set a clear tone for what we are likely to see from the current government. These measures largely consisted of tax cuts. Whilst they are likely to hurt government finances, their announcement clearly shows the priority that this government places on supply-side policies. What does […]
Prior to the pandemic, a clear negative relationship existed between vacancies and unemployment. The experience of 2020 challenged this relationship and seemed to indicate labour market inefficiencies.
This year has seen rising fuel prices across all of Europe, however, countries have not been united in their approach to dealing with it.
Fine particles and pollutants in the air resulting from human activity negatively impact our wellbeing, the NHS, and inadvertently the economy.
Summary The number of people employed by the civil service ballooned after the Brexit vote, reversing a long-term trend of declining staff numbers. However, not all grades were affected equally. Proposed reductions in the number of civil servants must take into account the story of the last ten years to ensure the provision of public […]