An untrammelled free market left to its own devices does not automatically lead to an environment in which such productive, innovative and progressive businesses can thrive.
I spoke to UK businesspeople over the weekend about what they’d really do in a no-deal Brexit. Everyone needs to hear what they said.
In the last couple of years, the Tories have achieved a quite remarkable feat: not only have they managed to reinforce their stereotype of being anti-worker, but now they are increasingly seen as anti-business too
The suggestion made was that I have been offering unpaid internships in my office – this is not the case.
The benefits of the single market are obvious and we will do British workers a disservice if we fail to acknowledge it
Brexit is proving to be the most important, and most complicated, issue for Britain in a generation.
In our 13 years in office, Labour borrowed £490bn. In half that timeframe, the Tories have borrowed just under three-quarters of a trillion pounds.
Deep in our national culture is the notion of reciprocity – if you work hard and play by the rules, you will see a return, and that must mean much greater employee-ownership in Britain
What good is glittering technology if it robs us of jobs and rips communities apart? We need to work out how humans will prosper in a world of robots.