Government vows to cut youth joblessness

Minister pledges 15% reduction in next 10 years

Rail manufacturing returns to north-east

Hitachi opens £82m County Durham plant

Chote nominated for second term at OBR

Review recommends expanding remit of fiscal watchdog

Academics lash ‘damaging’ Corbynomics

Economists say in letter to FT that policies not thought through

Javid to cut business and student support

Minister believes industry should take more responsibility

Zero-hours contracts refuse to fade away

Rise of fifth in the past year to 2.4 per cent of the workforce

UK output hit by sterling and China fears

Fall in PMI raises concerns for rebalancing of economy

Employers call for quality apprenticeships

Fears that preoccupation with 3m target will not fix skills gap

Osborne is shown generous way to surplus

Goals are achievable with fewer cuts, says think-tank

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Major divisions all rise for first time since financial crisis

How to be hard left without being stupid

A coherent stance would weaken rights that impede prosperity

Bank bonuses show biggest fall in decade

Finance and insurance payouts drop almost 10% in past year to £13.6bn

Cameron’s assault on gender pay justified

New data show gap between male and female salaries is too large

UK weathers EM storm but clouds gather

Good times may not last long amid challenge over foreign demand

UK shop prices fall 13 months in a row

Petrol stations record biggest year-on-year price drops

The myth of the robot job-ocalypse

It is easy to blame cyborgs rather than bankers and politicians

‘Bogus’ self-employed deprived of rights

Growth of apps such as Uber fuel political and legal disputes over employment status

Banks face billions in forex civil claims

New York test case could open legal floodgates in UK and EU

Jobless youths face welfare ‘boot camp’

‘Intensive’ programmes will focus on how to get into work

Manchester sees revival of textile trade

The UK industry is growing again after 35 years of decline


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