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Is the first step in beating superbugs to defeat poverty? article icon

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Is the first step in beating superbugs to defeat poverty?

A two-speed health service can only aid the spread of disease resistant 'superbugs', warns Jason Silverstein

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Budget 2016: The Experts Respond article icon

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Budget 2016: The Experts Respond

Earlier today, George Osborne delivered his latest budget, against a backdrop of increasing problems. A panel of experts share their first reactions.

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The 2015 Autumn Statement: First responses article icon

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The 2015 Autumn Statement: First responses

Experts give a first reaction to George Osborne's 2015 Spending Review and the Autumn Statement.

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Will more money for the NHS deliver for midwife services? article icon

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Will more money for the NHS deliver for midwife services?

In pre-announcements before the Autumn Statement, new money for the NHS was being promised. But will it help solve the crisis in midwifery services in the NHS? Writing for OpenDemocracy, The Royal College of Midwives' Sean O'Sullivan is sceptical.

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Why has the welfare cap become so complex? article icon

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Why has the welfare cap become so complex?

George Osborne's changes to his welfare cap in the July 2015 budget have made a simple measure almost too complex, say Christine Whitehead and Emma Sagor

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What is the 2015 Autumn Statement all about? article icon

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What is the 2015 Autumn Statement all about?

The OU's Alan Shipman offers a guide to the things to watch for when George Osborne presents his autumn statement this Wednesday.

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Budget 2015: How welfare cuts softened the blow to public services article icon

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Budget 2015: How welfare cuts softened the blow to public services

Alan Shipman shares his thoughts on the Budget 2015 and the chancellor's promise of a "higher wage, lower tax, lower welfare economy".

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Budget 2015: The Experts Respond article icon

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Budget 2015: The Experts Respond

A range of reactions to George Osborne's Summer 2015 budget, ranging from the impact on adoption, through defence, to questions of work, tax and welfare.

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Cuts to make the Mail wince - but not yet article icon

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Cuts to make the Mail wince - but not yet

Looking forward to this morning's budget, Michael Kitson suggests core Tory voters won't feel much pain. Not yet, anyway.

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The permanently upturned economy article icon

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The permanently upturned economy

The Chancellor’s confidence that he can outlaw budget deficits reflects improbably widespread belief in the length and strength of recovery, writes Alan Shipman.

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Will pension reform give older people the freedom they seek? article icon

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Will pension reform give older people the freedom they seek?

As the Chancellor seeks to unlock more pension savings, are there risks alongside the benefits on offer?

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Annihilating annuities article icon

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Annihilating annuities

They look like a trap, but we may miss them when they‘re gone, writes Alan Shipman.

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