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Money & Business
The government has been gathering data about household outgoings for six decades. It tracks social and structural changes over those times, says the ONS' Joanna Bulman.
Worries that the economy might be heading downhill led Theresa May to call the surprise election, believes Richard Murphy of City University.
Society, Politics & Law
Two shocks to the political system, but neither, says Eric Kaufmann, were driven by personal economic circumstances.
Explore our free resources to help develop your fundamental business and finance skills.
Explore our free resources to help develop your understanding of UK financial marketplace, particularly after the financial crisis.
New research estimates the size of non-mainstream financial activity at over three billion pounds - and although growth is starting to slow, the alternative is becoming mainstream.
As the Chancellor seeks to unlock more pension savings, are there risks alongside the benefits on offer?
Explore our free resources to help develop your personal financial skills.
How should our kids learn about money and how much should we tell them about our finances?
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The question of debt is never far from the news. The Big Question asks 'Why do people, companies and countries get into debt in the first place?'
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