Since the 2017 General Election in may, the prospects of a successful outcome on Brexit for Britain has wavered. This week, matters appeared to heighten when the DUP, who are in a Coalition Government with the Conservatives, were unwilling to settle on agreement’s over Northern Ireland’s border. This morning, as many began to wake across… Read More Friday, 8th December, 2017: the day Britain reached a divorce deal
Let’s scroll back a few days in the calendar. Tuesday 18th April 2017. It’s the first day back after the bank holiday and like most of my colleagues, I thought I’d just have a nice easy week after working solidly and catching up throughout Parliamentary Recess. Apparently not. It’s already mad busy and now I… Read More Snap Election 2017
Adam Smith (1723 – 1790) has featured on English money for as long as I can remember – a fascinating creature for those who identify as followers of the invisible hand or free market economics. I’ve played around with the idea of regulation a fair bit – hey ho, I ended up doing a Masters in the… Read More Adam Smith: the ultimate hero?
Over the next year or so, there are a number of events which will contribute to the future landscape of Europe. Following Brexit, Theresa May has made it clear that “Brexit means Brexit” and she has signalled that Article 50 could very well be triggered before the new year. It’s certainly an interesting time for elections… Read More Upcoming Elections