Free of the Lib Dems, George Osborne should seize his chance with July’s Budget to reinvigorate the economy, says Matthew Lynn.
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Spain is just being pumped up by cheap money, says Matthew Lynn. There is little sign of a durable recovery
The Confederation of British Industry CBI needs to stand up for business, says Matthew Lynn. And if that means being political, then so be it.
We’re not meant to have ‘national champions’, says Matthew Lynn. And if we start now, there are better candidates than BP.
Matthew Lynn explains why it could be tactically better in the long run to let the other side win in this general election.
All the political parties are rolling out policy after policy that will directly hurt the City. But these attacks will damage the UK, says Matthew Lynn. Finance is one of our most successful industries.
Europe’s fundamental structures are getting worse, says Matthew Lynn. The eurozone is sinking deeper into trouble. Sooner or later, that will mean its demise.
An unstable government come 8 May could knock Britain’s safe haven status, says Matthew Lynn. It’s time for investors to look abroad.
Encouraging the public to own shares is a great idea, says Matthew Lynn. But not if it means buying old-style banks.
Britain must take action to prevent the pound becoming too strong against the euro, says Matthew Lynn. The recovery is at stake.