The Left’s anti-Brexit hysteria is based on a mixture of bad economics, flawed understanding of the European Union, and lack of political imagination… Read More Why the Left Should Embrace Brexit
“Police violence must not be used against innocent civilians simply exercising their rights”.… Read More Opposing Sides of the Scottish Nationalist Divide Unite to Condemn Spain’s ‘Authoritarian’ Behaviour
London’s property market is already in trouble.… Read More UK Vows to Crack Down on Money Laundering, But What About the Property Bubble?
Two large British outsourcers are also on the verge of collapse, and the vultures are circling… Read More Was Carillion’s Collapse the Beginning of the End for UK’s Outsourcing Sector?
Sane people will choose politics over war, and sane (that is, competently governed) nations will choose diplomacy over belligerence and confrontation. An exception is those nations that cannot hope to ever win the game of diplomacy due to an acute shortage of competent diplomats… Read More Killing Diplomacy
The bailed-out megabank hasn’t had a year in the black since 2007… Read More RBS Forgery Scandal Metastasizes Days before Crucial Earnings Report
Barclays faces a criminal trial in the UK. Last week it was RBS. … Read More Another Big British Bank Lands in Deep Trouble
Small-business customers suffered most at the bank’s hands… Read More Bailed-Out RBS Systemically Forged Customer Signatures: Whistle-Blowers
If Britain is to leave the EU – as it must, after a clear popular vote, endorsed by Parliament, and written into the Tory and Labour manifestos – the only way to do so with economic and political coherence is to reassert full sovereign self-government… Read More Ambrose Evans Pritchard: The EU Refuses a Soft Brexit, So the UK Must Invoke the WTO Immediately
“Not another Carillion,” says UK government to soothe frazzled nerves, as entire industry is teetering.… Read More Panic Spreads As Another UK Outsourcing Firm Begins to Teeter
In the wake of the Brexit vote, Frankfurt is booming and thousands of investment bankers are heading for the German financial capital that also happens to be home to the European Central Bank. But can the city handle the influx? … Read More Brexit Winner, Brexit Loser
Next Arthur Andersen? No, the “Final Four” audit firms are “too big to replace”… Read More Fallout from Carillion Collapse Hits KPMG