Britain is in the grip of a housing crisis. But contrary to some Daily Mail speculators, the bricks and mortar economy is not going the way of Japan, circa 1990. Economist, Neil Wilson, explains why the same economic and political forces suppressing Japanese prices will keep British prices artificially inflated for the foreseeable future.
The Left has become so preoccupied with fighting online battles, it is losing the real world war. Comedian Jazz Twemlow examines his complicated relationship with progressive politics.
We are living in weird and terrifying times, and people want straight answers. But the conspiracy of obfuscation which pervades government and business has resulted in the global collapse of public debate and shared understanding, writes Rupert Morris.
Neil Wilson examines the Tory MP George Osborne’s culpability for the damage he caused to the British economy whilst he was Chancellor.
Britain is preparing to leave the European Union with no real plan and a government in disarray. How can we trust economists at the Treasury not to impose more disastrous policies?