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Steve Baker MP: If you want power to be close the people, leave the EU

Conservative MP Steve Baker discusses the ‘Ins’ and ‘Outs’ of the EU referendum, and how power should be exercised “as close to the people as is practical”.

Don’t be fooled: Osborne isn’t cutting taxes, he’s raising them

The public finances are still in lousy shape, says Merryn Somerset Webb. That means George Osborne has ended up being a tax raiser, not a tax cutter.

Life as a 'precarian' – it’s not as bad a gig as you might think

‘Precarians’ – workers on precarious contracts – have none of the protections that traditional employees have. But evidence suggests they are doing better than the average worker, says Matthew Lynn.

The IMF and the renminbi: China’s coming of age

The IMF’s expected welcoming of the renminbi into its ‘special drawing rights’ is a significant acceptance of China’s position as a global financial player. Simon Wilson reports

The global downturn? It’s already here

The US Federal Reserve’s talk of “normalising” rates might be a tad optimistic, says Bill Bonner.

Why we’re backing Brexit

We love Europe – the continent, the food, the culture. But the EU is an undemocratic leviathan. Britain should leave, says Charlie Morris.

Osborne squeezes landlords

If buy-to-let investors thought George Osborne would let up on the tax relief hit he sent their way in his last Budget, they were mistaken, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

Donald Trump: indulging in James Bond fantasies

Donald Trump may be a buffoon, but he represents the rise of the Republican far right, and its desire to shoot its way out of any problem.

The first shot in the War on Cash?

A small Swiss bank has become the first retail bank in the world to charge ordinary customers negative interest on their cash deposits.

Why did Turkey shoot down Russian fighter jet?

The potential consequences of Turkey’s decision to shoot down a Russian fighter jet for allegedly violating its airspace are chilling. But the West must not overreact.

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