Ever since the Tories won the 2015 general election, Europe has been at the heart of UK politics. Following the referendum vote in June, Europe basically is UK politics. The business of extricating ourselves from a deep economic...Read More
Author: Dominic Dean aka The Misplaced Economist
Sometimes I hate being right. Last week, I wrote that I wasn't sure whether Greek Prime Minister Tsipras wanted a deal with his euro area partners. This week, we know that he doesn't; the PM will campaign against the deal in a...Read More
Today felt different. On the trading floor in 2010, there were plenty of nerves but still a general sense that the Europeans would come up with a deal for Greece. In 2012, haircuts had been widely trailed as 'Private Sector...Read More
Following the dramatic narrowing in the polls, politicians in Westminster have now realised that there is a very real chance that Scotland will vote to leave the United Kingdom. In part, this reflects the canny politicking of...Read More
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...Read More
Days to Brexit!
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