With no TV Debate – Manifestos do the Talking
When the facts change I change my mind. What do you do, Sir? J.M Keynes.
In a time of Information Overload, the Info-Arbitrageur is King.
Tim Shipman of the Times refers to the increasingly decreasing gap between Tories and Labour. There’s no hiding the fact the Tories are dumping it.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) May 20, 2017
Labour has closed within nine points of the Conservatives in a new poll that will set nerves jangling in Tory high command. The YouGov survey for The Sunday Times — the first by the pollster since...
This election is turning out to be a bit more interesting than I was expecting, although — unless the polls are spectacularly wrong, though they’re closing — it is still unlikely to be much of a...
There are “five giant challenges” identified by Theresa May in her manifesto: the economy, Brexit, inequality, the ageing population and the impact of technology. All five issues will require the...
The president of the CBI has gone to war with Theresa May over her plans to slash immigration numbers. Paul Drechsler warned that closing the door to top talent is the “one issue” weighing heavily...
Theresa May's interventionist manifesto proposals are ill-judged, unworkable and risk damaging the British economy, top business leaders have warned.
Theresa May took a leaf straight out of Margaret Thatcher’s book last week with a choice of slogan that paid tribute to the former prime minister and signalled a new direction for Britain.
A Tory election victory would mean a radical shake-up of care funding, the end of universal winter fuel payments, a cap on energy prices and the removal of the "triple lock" on state pensions.
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