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‘Whose growth?’ will be the defining political question in 2014, says Trades Union Congress General Secretary Frances O’Grady.
When the government speaks of 'recovery' (which may well turn out to be a bubble largely supported by consumer spending, inflated house prices and private credit), it is worth asking, 'what is being recovered by whom?'
MSPs will today seek to amend the Scottish Government's Regulatory Reform Bill to remove a new duty on Scottish regulators to 'promote economic growth'.
Scottish Greens are urging the Scottish Government to keep an open mind about moving towards a Scottish currency under independence.
Can Africa attain economic liberation, social welfare, as well as ecological protection in partnership with the European Union, the United States and China?
Workers have been robbed of £50 billion in lost wages since 2008, causing huge economic damage, says a new report from the PCS public service union.
Investment in sustainable industries is vital in the wake of last week's economic statistics, which further underline the stagnation of the UK economy.
An ecumenical delegation has delivered a statement on ethical principles for a new global economic system to Bolivian government officials.
Theologians, anti-poverty advocates and economists have been meeting in Brazil to develop principles for a new global economic system.
New recommendations on how the UK should lead the global fight against tax dodging should be heeded by the Government, says Christian Aid.