The IMF’s annual MOT on the British economy concludes that the coalition’s austerity policies are justified – which has set Treasury officials leaping around like excited pixies.
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‘Now is not the time to start raising taxes’ – former Treasury minister Mel Stride
We’re joined by Mel Stride and Frances O’Grady.
Government is trying to ‘blunt the extent of spike’ in unemployment – Chair of Treasury Select Committee
Conservative MP Mel Stride, chair of the Commons Treasury Committee, spoke to us from Central London.
‘We face a severe economic shock as a consequence of the pandemic’ – Chief Secretary to Treasury Stephen Barclay
We speak to Stephen Barclay, who’s Chief Secretary to the Treasury
‘Best way to support people is ensuring they keep their job’ – Chief Secretary to Treasury
Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Steve Barclay
Coronavirus ‘unexpected and very serious challenge’ – Treasury Minister John Glen
We speak to the economic secretary to the treasury, John Glen – and ask him where all the money handed out in the budget was going to come from.
Number 10 vs the Treasury? | Politics: Where Next? podcast
This week, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid resigned.
David Gauke: reshuffle ‘is essentially No. 10 taking over the Treasury’
We’re joined from Hertfordshire by the former Conservative cabinet minister, David Gauke, who served in the Treasury for seven years.
‘The Treasury would never have allowed the Channel Tunnel to go ahead’ – Boris Johnson defends HS2
Earlier I spoke to the Prime Minister on behalf of all UK broadcasters. I began by asking if his chief advisor Dominic Cummings – who once described HS2 as a disaster zone – was wrong about it?
Labour spending pledge not “arbitrary arms race between parties”, says Shadow Treasury Minister
Labour’s Anneliese Dodds, the Shadow Treasury Minister.
Treasury Minister Liz Truss on May’s Brexit deal: ‘I do think there’s an opportunity to look at it again’
Treasury Chief Secretary Liz Truss explains why she still supports the option of no deal.
Lilian Greenwood MP on East Coast Main Line: ‘Treasury will be experiencing black hole of £400m’
Chair of the Transport Select Committee, Labour MP Lilian Greenwood, discusses the East Coast Mail Line.
Jacob Rees-Mogg accuses Treasury of fiddling Brexit figures
The Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has criticised Treasury officials again, this time accusing them of fiddling the figures on Brexit to keep Britain in the single market.
FactCheck Q&A: can we trust the Treasury on Brexit?
The government says families will lose out to the tune of £4,300 if they vote to leave the EU. Is it true?
Treasury Co-op probe as Flowers arrested over drugs
An investigation into the scandal at Co-operative Bank will delve into the appointment of Paul Flowers as chairman, and look at the role of the government and regulators.