The effects of low-skilled immigration into the UK may be more complicated than many people think, says James Lewisohn.
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The diesel emissions scandal shows how the profit motive seems always to have overriden concerns over unhealthy emissions, says James Lewisohn.
Statism and corporatism led to misplaced support for flawed diesel engines, argues James Lewisohn.
US presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders wants to bring Danish social democracy to America. But as James Lewisohn finds, Denmark owes the very existence of its welfare state to the USA.
The world’s central banks are rushing to impose negative interest rates. But with negative rates will come social disaster, says James Lewisohn.
The Lloyds Bank selloff is a chance to demonstrate that after 30 years, the government can do a privatisation properly, says James Lewisohn.