Getting investment in flood defences back on-track needn’t bankrupt the country.
Posts Tagged: investment
Priti Patel MP: What Conservatives in government are doing to boost trade with the emerging economies
Exporting to Europe and America is not enough.
Empty upmarket properties are essentially parasitic, accumulating value thanks to the surrounding hive of activity while contributing nothing towards it
The Chancellor’s decision will bring lasting economic benefits, new jobs and growth that would not be possible under Labour’s misguided plans.
Michael Williams: China’s bullying has intimidated Cameron, but united the rest of Asia against Beijing.
The Prime Minister might delicately suggest to his hosts that the China-driven increase in East Asian tensions is not conducive to good business relations.
Ambitious students from the two countries shouldn’t be forced to settle elsewhere because of undue political pressure from the court of public opinion.
Britain should be Europe’s best-placed country to benefit from the increase in prosperity and jobs that India’s economic growth will bring.
The post-2010 Government will need to take major and radical decisions and actions to get the balance of the UK economy right.
The financial crisis of 2008 was too frightening for any sane person to enjoy, but for the centre-left there was… Read more »
The news that the British economy is growing again did not please everyone. Left-leaning economic commentators tried, but failed, to… Read more »
Repairing things normally involves putting the pieces back together. But when it comes to fixing the banks, the opposite applies… Read more »
In the aftermath of Britain’s ejection from the ERM, Norman Lamont, then Chancellor of the Exchequer, famously said “je ne… Read more »
By JP Floru. Lord Heseltine proposes to shift £49 billion from national to local government to encourage investment and growth. His… Read more »
When people complain about the rich getting richer, they’re usually thinking about the interests of those who aren’t rich. But… Read more »