Nigel Lawson’s economic ‘success’ was an oil-fuelled illusion
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Strikes, sleaze and huge wealth gaps could hinder Tory neoliberal agenda
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In just 44 days, Liz Truss has made the UK immeasurably worse
OPINION: The PM’s legacy will be one of a tanking pound, soaring inflation, and a seemingly inevitably recession
Can Tories’ neoliberalism survive crisis-hit Britain’s darkening mood?
Growing anger over rising inequality makes the UK a testing ground for late-stage capitalist economic model
Truss and Sunak’s reheated Thatcherism is the last thing the UK needs
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Our global economic system is broken. Are we headed for a mass revolt?
How long can billionaires continue to amass wealth while the world's poorest struggle to buy food?
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