Posted at October 18, 2016, by Raleigh Addington, Comments Off on Sir John Gieve says Britain’s latest economic policies have “echoes of the 1970s”
Sir John Gieve‘s expert analysis of PM Theresa May’s latest economic policies was quoted in The Telegraph this week:
“We’ve got a big shift in the style and nature of government – I thought Theresa May’s speech was quite an exceptional speech,” he said. “It was one of the first speeches I’ve heard from a Tory leader which scarcely made a nod towards lower taxation, a smaller state, deregulation, enterprise, incentives.”
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Posted at July 2, 2013, by Raleigh Addington, Comments Off on Mark Carney’s first week: Press roundup
As Mark Carney enters his first week as Governor of the Bank of England, the British Media have offered a range of opinions on the man and the challenges ahead of him.
Stephanie Flanders writing for the BBC discusses the challenges ahead but suggests he has the good fortune of taking on an economy apparently in upswing.
Harriet Dennys of the Independent is more cautious highlighting the large cost of BoE’s new governor that will doubtless add to the weight of expectation upon him.
In the FT, Robin Wigglesworth and Alice Ross give the view from the investment community as they prepare for incoming policy shifts.
The Guardian’s Aditya Chakrabortty strikes the most suspicious tone, highlighting his close links to the financial service sector and questioning if Rockstar Appointments should be the tone for such a central role.