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Environment and climate change continues to be contentious- the Chancellor is accused of being against the environmental agenda.
The Chancellor gave his Autumn Statement in December 2012 as a preview of Budget 2013 due on Wednesday 20th March.
Due on the 5 December, the Autumn Statement (released by the Chancellor) looks set to confirm that the UK economy is still struggling to grow. The statement provides a forecast on the country’s financial outlook as well as an update on the Government’s economic plan.
Most young people know very little about tax, how it affects them or its role in society.
Recently launched ‘Intergenerational Fairness Index’ highlights the large inequality gap between the generations.
Britain is back in recession as GDP unexpectedly fell by 0.2% making it the first time the country has experienced a double dip recession since 1973-75.
Youth Budget 2012 found that those young people who took part would tax more (65%) and spend less (69%) in order to reduce the deficit to a greater extent than the Government.
The on-going crisis in the Eurozone has prompted calls for a ‘European Treasury’ to stabilize the Euro with more coordinated economic governance.
Inflation is on the rise but what does this mean for society? How will it effect the economy? Read on for useful hints and links on teaching this current topic.
The CSR has outlined the Governments spending plans for the next four years. How will these plans effect your students?