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Chancellor’s Budget to include £4.3bn for skills training, family support and cultural institutions’ pandemic recovery
It is time to overhaul the way we train, recruit and retain doctors, nurses and care staff
Sunak focuses on levelling-up manifesto promises but pulls back from ambitions for scientific research
Concern over booster campaign as advisers urge government to prepare for ‘rapid deployment’ of tighter Covid restrictions
PMI surveys show overall growth in business activity slowing in Europe but improving in the UK and US
‘Toxic debt’ becomes growing burden a year after companies borrowed heavily to survive
Simple steps now could avoid the need for draconian measures later
To back Boris or not? The UK chancellor must tread carefully and make difficult decisions
British politicians should stop worrying about short-term costs and look at the building solutions markets are providing
PMI figures hit 3-month high while input cost inflation and output prices rise at fastest pace since 1998
It’s time to carry out your own festive spending review
Confidence index falls to lowest level since February after climbing rapidly during the summer
Trial delays in England and Wales for sexual offences are particularly bad, watchdog says
Huw Pill says bank will have ‘live’ decision on interest rates at November meeting
Science and industry leaders warn on 2024-5 backtracking in Budget spending review
Biggest participants in sector fall outside existing regulation, prompting fears over consumer protection
Three former executives accused of defrauding UK taxpayer on prisoner-tagging contract
British Medical Association claims UK government is being ‘wilfully negligent’ in refusing to act
September figures hand chancellor Rishi Sunak a boost ahead of next week’s Budget
The pandemic highlighted the need for a shift in attitude towards workers in the food industry – but what will that really mean?
Survey adds to evidence that labour shortages are fuelling widespread wage growth
Call for urgent review of price cap as wholesale spike threatens more supplier collapses
Consumers query amount of water used, accuracy of charges and handling of debt recovery
Accord could ‘pave the way’ to joining trans-Pacific bloc but is unlikely to boost GDP
HMRC plans to probe digital currency holders over possible gains