Electric cars are becoming more and more common on UK roads. It’s no longer odd to see a car drive past without making so much as a whisper, and with electric car technology becoming better by the day, we...
UK housing wealth exceeds £7 trillion for the first time. Increasing in value by over a third in a decade, the value of all UK housing now stands at £7.14tn. The combination of historically low-interest rates and an array of demand-side...
More than a quarter of UK university students currently run or intend to start a business alongside their studies, according to research. Commissioned by Santander Universities, the study found the average turnover of a student enterprise is £11,408 per year,...
Trialled in Canada and Finland and endorsed by Martin Luther King Jr and Virginia Woolf, a universal basic income (UBI) consists of governments providing citizens with an unconditional sum of money regardless of whether recipients are employed or looking...
The US is the world’s biggest economy. However, the beginning of 2018 saw it faced with difficulties in its labour market with slow growth rates and a static level of unemployment. The US Department of Labour reported that the previous...
Offshore infrastructure funds have been avoiding corporation tax despite making significant profits from their stakes in UK public buildings, an investigation by the European Services Strategy Unit (ESSU) think-tank has found. The funds aim to provide investors with substantial returns...