Politics

Politics

In the wake of Black Monday, what’s the price of a...

With bailouts of the hotel industry already being discussed in the US Congress, should we expect more widespread quantitative easing in the wake of...

Why is the 3.1% pay rise for MPs so insulting?

The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority announced on Thursday that MPs would be receiving a 3.1% pay rise to £81,932, effective from 1 April. The 3.1%...

Priti Patel bullying scandal – time to go, or civil service...

On Wednesday a third allegation of bullying was made against UK Home Secretary Priti Patel, in what is being dubbed on Twitter the 'civil...

US Election: Joe Bidens’ Super Tuesday

Following one of the biggest days across the US Election, Super Tuesday has now given the US electorate a clearer picture on the state...

Impromptu Fed rate cut compensates for lack of G7 Coronavirus action...

Best satirised by the FT, the G7 meeting today was all bun and no filling. Some of the brightest and best minds in economics...

Can ‘Boris bounce’ in construction PMIs withstand Brexit & the Coronavirus...

The UK's construction PMIs recovered from a slow start to 2020, with its best monthly performance since 2015. The 'Boris bounce' describes an influx of...

UK Government announce plans to tackle coronavirus

The UK Government have announced their plans to tackle to ongoing coronavirus epidemic. The coronavirus has been haunting the globe for the last few months,...

Boris Johnson intends to ‘drive a hard bargain’ in UK-US trade...

Boris Johnson has told the UK that he will drive a hard bargain, following plans to negotiate a trade deal with the US. Last week,...

Brexit talks could stop in June if no further progress is...

Brexit negotiations have taken another turn on Thursday. It seems that the Brexit saga is never ending, and today Michael Gove has had his...

Donald Trump visits India

Donald Trump has been in India over the last few days, with the intention to get a trade deal done with India and also...