Family Investment Companies have seen something of a resurgence recently and though not the panacea that they are sometimes thought to be, they can be very effective in the right circumstances. Haysmacintyre’s Head of Tax,…
Acclaimed historian and author Giles MacDonogh asks where Angela Merkel stands in the pantheon of powerful German leaders from Frederick the Great, to Adolph Hitler and asks whose mantle is she carrying?
Chairman of Capital Economics, Roger Bootle considers Jeremy Corbyn’s economic policy and examines the Scandinavian model for possible elucidation – can socialism ever really work?
Francis F. Fulford rails against the current crop of wealthy “incomers” from the City of London to rural England and questions their financial integrity
Stanley Johnson explains the background to his new political novel and stresses how enjoyable the book becomes, once purchased!
Miserable, confused or angry, the British Brexit-face has an unsettling expression, reflecting the fearful trauma of conflicting ideologically orthodoxies and no certainty about anything. Bruce Anderson draws his conclusions on the entire fiasco.
TV and radio presenter Nick Ferrari argues that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s recent elevation to political rock star has a limited shelf life and should not be taken too seriously. Nick hosts the weekday breakfast…
The mighty Bruce Anderson examines the precepts of civilization and reveals its true character in history and potential role for humanity going forward.
Award winning economist Roger Bootle explains why we should seriously worry about how much senior corporate executives earn.