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UK unemployment drops amid cooling labour market

UK joblessness fell to its lowest rate in 11 years in the third quarter, but there are indications that the labour market is slowing down in the wake of Brexit.

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Labour fiscal rules to allow more borrowing

Shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, has un veiled a new set of fiscal rules which would allow a Labour government to borrow more for investment projects it deemed favourable.

In the week Labour has appeared to take a tougher approach to immigration, Professor Bale explains in a column for the New Statesman that “Ed Miliband can avoid a damaging split between his party's ‘beer drinkers’ and ‘wine drinkers’ on immigration, if he doesn't just rely on economic arguments”. http://www.qmul.ac.uk/media/news/items/hss/143457.html

Ed Miliband can avoid a damaging split between his party's "beer drinkers" and "wine drinkers" on immigration, if he doesn't just rely on economic arguments.

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The human rights group, Amnesty International, has accused Qatar of using forced labour at a flagship World Cup 2022 stadium.