Only 12% of Brits realise that the number of people in extreme poverty has fallen.
With the right policies we can overcome the shock of Brexit.
Australia has twice as many immigrants as UK in terms of population share – 27% compared with around 13%.
Britain needs to secure a deal that includes access to the European single market.
We should not boycott the factory, but expand the options available to poor developing world workers.
Regulators are more on the side of total abstinence rather than harm reduction.
If a firm is unprofitable in the long run, it is a sign that investment and workers are better off elsewhere.
Some have over-inflated ideas about their role in society, even though they can earn enormous salaries.
Buying imports doesn't make us worse off as imports balance with corresponding exports or investment into UK.
The so-called pension triple-lock needs to go if Britain's pension system is to survive.
Mass shootings account for less than 1% of homicides in the US.
Osborne is cutting one of the best kinds of welfare we have in tax credits.
It is a myth that the green space around our cities is parks or public land.
Jeremy Corbyn and the inequality myth: Sorry Labour lefties, your new messiah will not help the poor
Corbyn and the British public may be wrong when it comes to their views on inequality.
A British basic income? Green leader Natalie Bennett is a bad advocate of a good improvement to the welfare system
Sam Bowman of the Adam Smith Institute argues the case for a Negative Income Tax.
Sam Bowman, research director at the Adam Smith Institute, writes about why the thinktank calculates Tax Freedom Day.