Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn delivers his keynote speech during the Labour Party conference in Brighton. Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA

Jim Callaghan would have had some sympathy for Theresa May as she struggled with her croaky voice and the prankster handing her a mock P45. Back in 19(...)

Chancellor George Osborne listens as Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech on the economic impact of the UK leaving the European Union at B&Q headquarters in Chandler’s Ford, Hampshire. Photograph: PA

Leaving the European Union would destroy at least half a million jobs in the United Kingdom within two years, including 15,000 in Northern Ireland, a(...)

With US government bonds yielding more than 2 per cent compared to infinitesimal rates almost everywhere else, investors have been busy selling euros to buy dollars. photograph: getty With US government bonds yielding more than 2 per cent compared to infinitesimal rates almost everywhere else, investors have been busy selling euros to buy dollars. Photograph: Getty

One story has dominated global market coverage in 2015: the incessant rise of the dollar. The scale and pace of the move has been remarkable. Last May(...)