Daily Telegraph interview will help resist the charge of complacency
Posts Tagged: George Osborne
In It Together: Andrew Gimson reviews Matthew d’Ancona’s penetrating account of a coalition that cannot explain itself
The book provides a feast of material – and is too canny to pretend to say the last word on its topic.
Sajid Javid, Esther McVey. Nicky Morgan. Greg Hands – it’s turning out much as predicted. Women, Blue Collar Tories and Friends of George (not necessarily in that order).
George Osborne walked the tightrope between optimism and realism with success.
Now that both parties are fighting to take credit for the coalition's achievements, rather than seeking to blame each other… Read more »
JP Floru is a City of Westminster Councillor and is the author of What the Immigrant Saw and Heavens on… Read more »
By Mark WallaceFollow Mark on Twitter. As I wrote yesterday, 0.6% growth is good news, but it must be handled carefully by… Read more »
By Mark WallaceFollow Mark on Twitter. More good economic news for the Chancellor, following last week's labour market statistics: the UK economy… Read more »
By Andrew Gimson Follow Andrew on Twitter George Osborne threatened us with a return to intensive care. His manner as he… Read more »
Is George Osborne’s ‘Plan A’ working? Well, it might if the recent upturn in growth is sustained, if inflation stays… Read more »
As leader of the Conservative Party and Chancellor of the Exchequer, the performance of David Cameron and George Osborne –… Read more »
Christopher Caldwell’s article contains an interesting aside about George Osborne and his German opposite number: “An aide who was present… Read more »
By JP Floru At a dinner in London two weeks ago, Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Donald Tsang unwittingly rubbed the… Read more »
By JP Floru Residents in my ward (Hyde Park, City of Westminster) are fleeing abroad to escape from the 50p… Read more »
By JP Floru. In the last two days, I twice heard anecdotal evidence of how the 50p tax rate reduces… Read more »