George Osborne

Such policies have prevented the massive spending and investment programs that occurred during President Roosevelt's New
By now, you have probably heard that UK voters chose 51.9% to 48.1% to leave the European Union (EU). Just about all the articles are talking about the political and economic issues. I prefer to talk about the one that is often overlooked in political situations -- marketing.
“What we’re doing on malaria shows you can really make a difference.”
In the three years since President Xi Jinping assumed the presidency, there has been an alarming deterioration in human rights across the country. Between July and September this year, almost 300 human rights lawyers and activists were briefly detained and interrogated.
Stephen Kinnock was on the Daily Politics show debating what interim leader Harriet Harman would backtrack on about the Labour response to the Budget last week. Kinnock said that she would likely pull back from supporting the removal of tax credits being cut for more than two children, saying it smacks of "eugenics".
As in the tragic case of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie whose gastric band has relinquished yet more poundage but not an ounce of criticism that he still lacks presidential gravitas.
Britain is currently at the cusp of what the Financial Times has called the biggest reform to its pension system since it began a century ago.
* Investment bank may be folded into corporate arm By Matt Scuffham Shares in RBS - 81 percent-owned by the government after
Growth is not as strong as we want it to be. Investment and exports are too low. To take on these issues, we need to keep bearing down on the deficit and making life easier for businesses -- both those already in the UK and international firms that want to invest.