Trump and Brexit

Trump’s victory and Brexit could unravel the western economic and political order which has been the framework of world politics […]

Breaking up is hard to do

Early pointers to what the future may hold for post-Brexit Britain The consequences of the Brexit vote will take many […]

Corbynomics: Part 1

Although sharing many of the biases of the ‘alternative economic strategy’ developed on the left in Britain in the 1970s […]

A tale of two elections

Labour is now confronted with a serious strategic dilemma, but the Conservatives also face huge economic and political challenges The […]

Inequality Redux VII

Why ownership is at the root of inequality The debate on inequality often highlights the increasing disparity in incomes, but […]

Competence or chaos?

Cameron’s claim to be promoting sound finance is a pretence, a political game In a speech delivered at the end […]