Oxford-educated economist Bernard Connolly is the author of The Rotten Heart of Europe: The Dirty War for Europe’s Money.
Latest articles by Bernard Connolly
How a bubble in bitcoin could lead to hyperinflation
Opinion Libertarians hope that cryptocurrencies will undermine central bank control of monetary policy. They should be careful what they wish for, warns author and analyst Bernard Connolly.
Britain didn’t have a roaring ’20s, it had a roaring ’30s – here's why
Opinion Talk of a “roaring ’20s” for the UK following the pandemic is wide of the mark, writes author and analyst Bernard Connolly – would-be economic historians should look to the 1930s for a better comparison.
By Bernard Connolly PublishedOpinion
A post-Brexit spending boost is entirely justifiable
Analysis Strident pessimism over a no-deal Brexit is creating the ideal conditions for Keynesian stimulus, says Bernard Connolly.
By Bernard Connolly PublishedAnalysis
George Soros is wrong about Brexit and the pound
Features George Soros believes Brexit would cause a fall in sterling that would damage the UK economy. That suggests he doesn’t know what’s good for Britain at all, says Bernard Connolly.
By Bernard Connolly PublishedFeatures