Being totally relaxed about a hard Brexit would be Britain’s best opening gambit in the negotiations to come, says Matthew Lynn.
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French workers have won the right not to look at their emails outside of work hours. But as Matthew Lynn explains, that’s not necessarily a good thing.
The war on cash has never been more intense than it is now, says Matthew Lynn. But people like cash – and it’s not going anywhere.
Leaving the European Union will cause some sectors and businesses to suffer, says Matthew Lynn. But Britain will be better off for it.
There is no shortage of potential triggers for a global market correction next year, says Matthew Lynn. But one of the more likely is a huge bubble in Chinese tech stocks.
There is a perfectly respectable political case for holding a second Brexit vote, says Matthew Lynn. But to do so would be a disaster for business for these three reasons.
Centre-right presidential hopeful François Fillon has grand plans for reforming France, says Matthew Lynn. It’s a shame none of them will work.
A Donald Trump presidency alongside Brexit presents the City with a great opportunity, says Matthew Lynn. But it’s got to show that it wants it.
Project Fear I tried to scare us into staying in the European Union. Matthew Lynn explains why Project Fear II will fare no better.
It’s time to try something different at the top of the Bank of England, says Matthew Lynn. Governor Mark Carney’s successor should be someone from industry.