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?
so, I have just about recovered from a rather eventful beginning of the week. As a Flag-bearer for the 2015 Commonwealth Observance Day, I got to be part of the ceremony in Westiminster Abbey and was presented to the Queen. I think the most exciting part was seeing the royal family, including the Queen and… Read More hanging out with the royal family
For those who are left mentally perplexed at the thought of the European Union, I thought I would digest some of the information into a more consolidated and simpler form. After the Berlin Wall was brought down (1989) and the Cold War came to an end (1991), the European Union came into place. This was mostly… Read More The European Union