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Mostly stuff too long for Twitter for now


Mo'Ne on the mound?

More on self-employment financials

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And more on tax avoidance....

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Strong foundations?

What were Rachel Reeves's latest Housing Benefit figures

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Something more on tax avoidance....

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If the (benefit) cap fits ...

Has the cap really prevented over 2,000 households claiming over £10,000 a year more than the average taxpayer earns?

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Something on tax avoidance....

A first for me - not a table or chart in sight


Tax Credits and migrant families

A short new paper on tax credits and migrants 

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Rose-tinted

Some thoughts as GDP returns to pre-recession levels

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Churchillian

More employment stuff from Fraser

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Straw Men?

Tax credits and the self-employed

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Under pressure?

Potential impact on pay rates

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#ThePolicy - work or not?

Are corporate tax cuts for small businesses likely to produce 1.8m new jobs?

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BBC2

Update on Fraser Nelson and Cameron the job-maker Part 2

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Missed or mist?

A look at some new puzzling on productivity from the Institute of Fiscal Studies

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Jobs and voting

A quick look at European election voting patterns

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BBC

Fraser Nelson and Cameron the job-maker Part 2

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I see no ships 

Fraser Nelson and Cameron the job-maker Part 1

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Astonishing

What a different story the data can tell

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"Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"

General reflections prompted by splash reporting of rising housing benefit claims 

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Hidden or Hidden?

New arrivals as drivers of self-employment numbers  

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A Diversion

Very interesting but tantalising FOI data about labour market performance of new arrivals in their first years 

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The self-employment puzzle: a piece of the jigsaw? 

Impact of ageing on self-employment numbers

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The self-employment puzzle: continued 

Some analysis of occupational groups (lots of colours but not very interesting)

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