Boris Johnson last week endorsed an economic report saying that the UK should leave the EU rather than stay in the Union on its current terms – i.e. leave only after attempts at renegotiation have failed.
Azad Zangana, European Economist, and Craig Botham, Emerging Markets Economist, Schroders, give their view on the impact that Russia’s retaliatory sanctions on food imports will have on Europe and Russia.
They’ll get you somehow. In one area of the country our politicians want to slap a tax on people for using the very cars they were encouraged to buy in the first place, as well as fining them for leaving them running for a few minutes longer than absolutely necessary; but in another area of the country
So Ed Miliband says he wants the public to be let into politics.
What he’s really saying is that UK democracy doesn’t exist – isn’t it? How can it exist if he is acknowledging that the public isn’t already in politics.
Just watch the video below to see European Union democracy in action. And every single one of those laws that gets passed via this chaos becomes effective in the UK. Unless you believe the LibLabCon Europhiles who say they don’t affect the UK
Imagine yourself entering court for the first time ever knowing that if you don’t win you may lose everything, maybe your home and it could also mean surrendering your children into care.
As 1st November 2014 approaches more and more people are becoming aware of the sweeping changes that we wake up to that day on how the UK is to be run in the future.
The Express reports that 50 percent more families are being hit by inheritance tax (IHT) due to the ongoing increases in house prices tipping many estates over the frozen IHT threshold.
What on earth is the PM playing at by queering the pitch with just about every major player in the European Union hierarchy over the appointment of Jean-Claude Juncker?
There are probably days when Mark Carney wishes that he had stayed in Canada. It’s bad enough that he felt too politically constrained to talk about a housing bubble until getting implicit sanction from Downing Street, let alone all the attention that his generous relocation package gets. But now his signature policy – forward guidance – has got him into trouble once again.
Speaking on the BBC One current affairs programme, The Andrew Marr Show, yesterday the Labour shadow business secretary, Chuka Umunna, implied that UKIP supporters can’t do the internet and E-mails.
Japan and Spain latest countries to signal corporate rate reductions – will others be too late to the party?
Comment by Frederic Donnedieu, Chairman, Taxand, the world’s largest independent global organisation of specialist tax advisors to multinational businesses