The Lloyds Bank selloff is a chance to demonstrate that after 30 years, the government can do a privatisation properly, says James Lewisohn.
Britain must make the most of shale oil and gas, says Matthew Lynn – if only to lessen our energy dependence on Russia.
Infighting has broken out among the Conservatives, while London mayor Boris Johnson weighs up his options ahead of the next general election.
The strengthening pound is an encouraging sign that Britain is on the mend.
Those with savings have ended up footing the bill for Britain’s recovery, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
The Bank of England needs to raise interest rates soon, says Matthew Lynn. Because the longer it leaves it, the harder it’s going to be.
David Cameron and Alex Salmond battle it out over the question of Scotland’s North Sea oil reserves.
The supermarket giant has announced an overhaul of its turnaround strategy for its UK business.
The financial industry needs to change its ways, says Merryn Somerset Webb. And that means reconnecting with its clients.
The Byzantines took a no-nonsense approach to dealing with their profiteering citizens, explains Dr Peter Frankopan.