Labour MP for Leeds West and Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
Workable measures exist to tackle climate change, if only the Government had the political will to pursue them, writes Rachel Reeves MP
Labour’s pledge to strengthen workers’ rights and clean up corporate governance will bring businesses into line with modern working practice, writes Rachel Reeves
The FCA must deliver cap on “sky-high” lending fees to stop the exploitation of customers, says Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee Chair, Rachel Reeves MP.
The government must seek a close association with Euratom, and consider flexibility for an extended transition period, writes Rachel Reeves
Chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee Rachel Reeves says authorities can no longer stand by while irresponsible firms take advantage of a system that is too lax.
The Government must take action now to help people stuck in a "vicious cycle" of debt, writes Labour MP Rachel Reeves.
Rachel Reeves MP writes for PoliticsHome off the back of her debate in parliament on tackling loneliness in Britain.
Labour MP Rachel Reeves, a candidate to chair the Business Select Committee, says the Government must use today's Taylor review to provide a "holistic solution" to the rights of the self-employed.
Conservative manifesto cleared the way for a major tax grab from the small firms and the self-employed who are the backbone of the UK economy, says Rachel Reeves.
Rachel Reeves MP urges the Government to set a maximum cap on overdraft charges to protect the most vulnerable customers from unwarranted borrowing charges.
Treasury Committee member Rachel Reeves MP urges the FCA to protect the most financially vulnerable customers by setting a cap on unauthorised overdraft charges.
Former Labour Shadow Chief Secretary Rachel Reeves writes that today's CMA report into the retail banking market has not gone nearly far enough to tackle excessive charges faced by consumers.
Writing for PoliticsHome, Treasury Select Committee and Labour MP Rachel Reeves calls on the Chancellor to cancel the corporation tax cut outlined by George Osborne before the EU referendum.