Don’t go! It’s not you, it’s economics.

In 2016 we asked the UK public if they felt ‘politicians and the media talk about economics in an accessible way’.

Only 12% answered yes.

We think the subject should be clear, real and diverse, so we started the campaign for understandable economics.


Making sense of what just happened


Real people talking about real economics
Sun. Sea. Surfeit. Yes, we fancied a holiday, so last week we took to the exotic beaches of Hawaii to ask people for their thoughts on the economy. Here's what they said...
We spoke to London's keenest cosplayers about ComiCon and economics. Here's what they said
"I am financially poorer, though obviously personally very enriched"


Our bite-size guide to the economy around you


Economics in unexpected places
50 per cent of cinema audiences are female. You'd think the industry would cater to the demand for female role models
by 08 Jun 2017
The road to Brexit will not be smooth, and there probably won’t be any cake
by 4 days ago
Turns out an army of fans with social media is the most valuable marketing tool of all
by 22 May 2017
It’s not just about the money: it’s the T&Cs which are making life difficult for Greeks
by 1 week ago
Ivanka Trump used her trip to Saudi Arabia to talk about rights for women, but, says Andrea Maltman, she didn’t go far enough
by 26 May 2017
DM Traylor has been homeless for four years. She records her experiences on the blog 'San Diego Homeless Survival Guide'. Below she explains some of the issues around getting and keeping a bank account...
by 03 Mar 2016


our monthly look at the strange places we find economics
I'm more excited to go shopping than to that bad?!
— Sarah (designer, shopaholic, Christian)
"Everyone has a view on religion. We want to inform the debate, rather than inflame it."
by 13 Apr 2017
I'm more excited to go shopping than to that bad?!
— Sarah (designer, shopaholic, Christian)

We think economics should be for everyone

We think economics should be for everyone