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The May government has so far set its sights no higher than its predecessor. Its aim remains Cameron’s – to build a one million homes during this parliament.
Howard Flight: The City can flourish after Brexit – and the EEA option is the safest means of ensuring this happens
Continental Europe needs the financial services of London just as much, if not more, than London needs its financial exports to Continental Europe.
The people want a respectful, decent and honest referendum on the EU. Some in Government are failing to live up to that standard.
Geoffrey Howe is dead. The man who helped to bring Thatcher down, but who helped to make Thatcherism possible
The fervent believer in the European project was also an early advocate of market economics. We send our commiserations to his widow and family.
As three former Chancellors warn of a house price bubble, Tories must show they know how to spread ownership
The housing crisis offers a chance to reinvigorate the property-owning democracy.
Of course, it is right to be cautious. But Iran is too an important a country to be ignored or locked in a cupboard.
Lord Lamont says it is sensible that Britain isn’t cutting as fast as Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal
Hat tip to “Liar Politicians“.
Lord Lamont: Yes, Britain benefited from getting out of the ERM, but we also first benefited from being in it
On the twentieth anniversary of Britain's departure from the Exchange Rate Mechanism, Lord Lamont, the Chancellor of the time, busts… Read more »
By Lord Lamont of Lerwick. A favourite quotation from Disraeli used to be that “if change is not necessary, change… Read more »
Lord Lamont tells Channel 4 that tighter €urozone must not be permitted to regulate against UK interests
Norman Lamont’s interview begins after 3 minutes.
Lord Lamont: George Osborne must stick to his deficit cutting strategy tomorrow – but it would be reassuring to hear that he has his sights set on tax cuts in the longer term
Lord Lamont was Chancellor of the Exchequer between 1990 and 1993. Tomorrow, George Osborne introduces his first real Budget. Journalists… Read more »