Szu Ping Chan, The Telegraph

Szu Ping Chan

The Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Szu Ping:

Hunt warned he will damage Britain if crucial tax break is delayed

Chancellor urged to offer permanent support for business investment in next week's Budget → Read More

Cash crunch looms for nearly two million over-50s who have given up work

Research comes as Hunt is urged to make it easier for retirees to return to employment → Read More

Russia faces worst recession since financial crisis

Putin’s regime predicted to suffer from protracted downturn as sanctions hit home → Read More

The tax cut Jeremy Hunt should make right now

Chancellor urged to rethink approach as Britain's tax burden swells → Read More

Energy bailout to cost half as much as feared

MPs and economists call for tax cuts as predicted size of subsidies slashed to £69bn → Read More

Hoarding ‘Britcoin’ to be banned over bank run fears under Sunak’s digital currency proposals

Frictionless digital transfers may increase the risk of commercial banking collapses, officials say → Read More

Welcome to Britain’s era of ‘permanent stagnation’

Shrinking workforce and a lack of growth is crippling the economy → Read More

Bank of England forecast for Britain even worse than IMF's

UK will endure a shorter, shallower recession – but then things get a lot more gloomy → Read More

NatWest chief Alison Rose under pressure over bank’s poor savings rates

MPs to question bosses on why returns have not kept pace with interest rate rises → Read More

Pension triple lock ‘unsustainable’ and must be scaled back, says IFS

Support for pensioners is 137pc higher than for those of working age, think tank finds → Read More

How establishment forecasters keep getting it wrong on the economy

Small misjudgements can have real-world impacts – including the Chancellor's decisions on tax and spending → Read More

Treasury rakes in extra £12bn as stealth taxes hit higher earners

More people stung by threshold freeze than expected as pay growth boosts tax take → Read More

Mayors to keep more local cash under plans considered by Jeremy Hunt

Chancellor's initiative to stimulate local growth may be rejected by Rishi Sunak → Read More

Public sector to cost UK ‘tens of billions’ as productivity slumps

Working from home to blame says Jacob Rees-Mogg with productivity still below pre-pandemic levels → Read More

Treasury turns to households for cheaper borrowing as UK debt interest bill spirals

Premium Bond prize rate hits 15 year high as Treasury scrambles for cheap cash → Read More

Labour will end North Sea investment, says Sir Keir Starmer

Opposition leader calls on countries to form a ‘clean power alliance’ to rival Opec group → Read More

Tax cuts needed to reach ‘sunlit uplands’, says Sir Martin Sorrell

Criticism comes as Sir James Dyson warns growth has ‘become a dirty word’ in Britian → Read More

Use seized Russian money to rebuild Ukraine, says Boris Johnson

Former prime minister calls for Russia to pay for damage inflicted by Putin's war → Read More

Germany will not fall into recession, insists Scholz

Falling gas prices boost prospects for Europe's largest economy → Read More

Central banks must not lead fight on climate change, says Fed chief

Jerome Powell says institutions should not wade into ‘social issues’ beyond their remit → Read More