What I’m listening to.
Why ‘remainers’ need to make a better economic case.
The main economic factors in favour of EU are not trade, but research, science and innovation policy
Most estimates of lost income are small, but the risk of bigger losses is large.
Britain joined what became the European Union in 1973. This year, on June 23, it will hold a referendum on whether to leave. Should it?
Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?
Two answer option: Remain a member of the European Union or Leave the European Union.
Japan’s slippery slope to oblivion.
Japan is heading for a full-blown solvency crisis as the country runs out of local investors and may ultimately be forced to inflate away its debt in a desperate end-game, one of the world’s most influential economists has warned.
Quote -- ‘“If and when US hedge funds become the marginal Japanese debt, they are going to ask for a substantial spread,” [Olivier Blanchard, former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund] told the Telegraph, speaking at the Ambrosetti forum of world policy-makers on Lake Como. Analysts say this would transform the country’s debt dynamics and kill the illusion of solvency, possibly in a sudden, non-linear fashion.’
It is one of the most famous riffs in rock history but could the opening chords toStairway to Heaven have been plagiarised?
Andy Guo, an 18-year-old Chinese immigrant, loves driving his red Lamborghini Huracán. He does not love having to share the car with his twin brother, Anky.
Monitoring 70,000 people in the UK has paid enormous benefits.
UNKNOWN to the vast majority of the population, a small group of British 70-year-olds has shaped the health and well-being of everyone in Britain for their whole lives.
Quote -- “But the sad message that has emerged from the studies, from the birth of the 1946 cohort to the present day, is that being born poor remains a huge source of risk to health and well-being. While it is possible to triumph over adversity (reading for pleasure as a child, for example, predicts better outcomes later in life, whatever the socioeconomic status of your parents) the odds are stacked against some people from before they are even born. For all the subjects’ influence on public policy, this has hardly changed in the half-century since the first published study from the 1946 group.
Europe is falling apart, destroyed by its most devoted fans, the Germans.
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