July 20, 2017

Finance & Economics

July 20, 2017

Economic gloom-mongering? Tosh. We’re booming

With employment up, foreign direct investment at record levels and a bright future ahead for Britain, the only thing holding the UK back is the pessimism of the Remoaners, argues Rory Broomfield.
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July 7, 2017

If only Cameron paid heed to his own advice

The former Prime Minister was right - those that oppose austerity are being selfish. But given that public debt is higher than when he entered Downing Street, why didn't he take his own advice?
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July 4, 2017

Our banking system needs radical reform

To tackle the widespread impropriety in our financial services industry, the UK must adopt a decentralised approach by empowering customers and civil courts to sue for breach of compliance with the regulatory codes, says Damien Phillips.
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June 22, 2017

Britain is not weary of austerity, it craves opportunity

The idea that the UK is tired of austerity is a falsehood peddled by the left - and the Chancellor. What we really want is opportunity, writes Rory Broomfield.
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