At first glance, Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s recent spending review looks promising for the North, with billions of pounds being pledged
A plan setting out how Manchester will emerge from the economic shock of the Covid-19 pandemic was published this week.
Data published by the Centre for Cities shows Manchester’s high street ranks in the bottom five in the country in its recovery from coronavirus, receiving just 34% of the footfall it received prior to lockdown.
Contrary to his instincts, the political consensus in the USA, and most other developed western countries is that taxes on the rich should be raised, and methods of tax avoidance eliminated.
Job vacancies in the UK have fallen to a record low according to new research by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
‘Physical capital, human capital and raw labour’: China will overtake the US as world’s largest economy, says Uni of Manchester academic
China will overtake the United States as the world’s largest economy over the next decade, says leading University of Manchester academic Dr Xiaobing Wang.
‘Manchester a ghost town’: Economists in the North say Rishi Sunak’s budgets nowhere near enough to tackle coronavirus
Do the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s budget proposals do enough to help vulnerable people in the north during the coronavirus crisis? According to local economists, absolutely not — and there’s an urgent need for more radical action.
The recent announcement of the deal struck between 888 Holdings and Jet to acquire a number of brands, including Costa Bingo, has sent more than a few ripples through the online gaming industry.
82 days until Brexit: MM discuss impact on Greater Manchester economy, trade, funding, education, residents, unemployment and aviation
In the June 2016 referendum, the city of Manchester had the fifth highest vote to Remain in the EU with 60% – here MM take a look at what the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester have done in preparation for the March 29 European exit.
The Brexit negotiations have been in the news a lot lately.
The luxury jewellery market continues to flourish in the wake of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.