January 26, 2017

Prime Minister

January 26, 2017

Today’s positive economic news may be short lived

Daunting debt obligations and the looming prospect of economic protectionism mean today’s positive economic news may be short lived, says Rory Broomfield.
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January 10, 2017

Fluff won’t deliver the PM’s legacy

To create a broader domestic legacy, the Prime Minister must avoid straying into gentle, unobjectionable waffle about social justice, says William Walter.
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January 9, 2017

Beware the threat of ‘The Shared Society’

While sometimes necessary, state intervention such as that prescribed by the Prime Minister over the weekend is not without its risks. If left unfettered, state bureaucracy can threaten individual freedom, argues Peter Bingle.
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October 24, 2016

Is next year General Election year?

The Prime Minister lacks the support she needs in the Commons to deliver the will of the British people. She must, therefore, call an early general election, says Peter Bingle.
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