That's more data, not more income ...
Are UK workers getting more of the GDP pie than other countries?
Using HMRC data on income of people claiming tax credits
HMRC statistics do NOT show 77% of self-employed people in poverty.
Did benefit cuts in the United States really put 1.8 million into employment?
Is increasing single-parent employment rewarding?
Thoughts on Advocate-General's Opinion on legality of bailing out Greece (or anyone else) through the OMT programme
What to do about the UK Statistics Authority warning to David Cameron
Are people really forced into work by higher taxes?
Another public service announcement: paper on tax credits in 2014
Update on type of employment growth and who's contributing
Alternative view of how your tax is spent
More productivity puzzling
More on self-employment financials
What were Rachel Reeves's latest Housing Benefit figures
More text only
Has the cap really prevented over 2,000 households claiming over £10,000 a year more than the average taxpayer earns?
A first for me - not a table or chart in sight
Paper on tax credits and migrants in 2013
Some thoughts as GDP returns to pre-recession levels
More employment stuff from Fraser
Tax credits and the self-employed
Potential impact on pay rates
Are corporate tax cuts for small businesses likely to produce 1.8m new jobs?
Update on Fraser Nelson and Cameron the job-maker Part 2
A look at some new puzzling on productivity from the Institute of Fiscal Studies
A quick look at European election voting patterns
Fraser Nelson and Cameron the job-maker Part 2
Fraser Nelson and Cameron the job-maker Part 1
What a different story the data can tell
General reflections prompted by splash reporting of rising housing benefit claims
New arrivals as drivers of self-employment numbers
Very interesting but tantalising FOI data about labour market performance of new arrivals in their first years
Impact of ageing on self-employment numbers
Some analysis of occupational groups (lots of colours but not very interesting)