Encouraging the public to own shares is a great idea, says Matthew Lynn. But not if it means buying old-style banks.
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Britain must take action to prevent the pound becoming too strong against the euro, says Matthew Lynn. The recovery is at stake.
Now is the perfect time for George Osborne to make some much-needed reforms in the Budget, says Matthew Lynn.
The Bank of England had better take action soon, says Matthew Lynn – or near-zero interest rates will be here to stay.
The bear market has formally ended, says Matthew Lynn. But the investors’ negative mindset will stick with us for a lot longer.
There is nothing wrong with people doing what they can to pay less tax, says Matthew Lynn – so long as they stay within the law.
Companies do not just need to make a case against the extremists of the right, says Matthew Lynn. They need to tackle the Greens as well.
Matthew Lynn explains why negative interest rates would wreck Britain’s economy.
The rest of the UK shouldn’t bash London’s prosperity, says Matthew Lynn. It should aspire to be more like the capital.
From the school run to getting back from the pub, driverless cars will completely change the way we live, says Matthew Lynn.