Britain’s real top earner is property, new research shows
Millions still struggle to make ends meet in poor quality, high cost housing
How to close the gender pay gap for real
The latest rules on reporting the gender pay gap are welcome, but they miss the bigger picture
To understand Brexit Britain, use better statistics
Mainstream measures aren't reflecting real life experience
Forget GDP – these are the numbers that matter
The latest GDP figures are out today - but these don't reflect the reality of life for most people. We should be measuring the progress of the economy by looking at improvements in peoples’ lives, whilst the government should be focusing on creating decent, secure and well paid jobs.
Inequality is tearing us apart, and it’s all of our responsibility to fix it
An insight into the true picture behind the latest statistics about inequality in the UK.
Missed opportunity to save £25bn by building homes on public land
Chancellor’s Autumn Statement an embarrassing step back from addressing housing crisis
Weekly Economics Podcast: Really Take Control
How do we build an economy that puts real people and experiences first?
The real Living Wage makes economic sense
After Brexit the case for a pay rise has never been so strong
“The impact of monetary policy on inequality is not high on the central bank’s list of considerations”
Senior Economist Josh Ryan-Collins writes for the New Statesman