"Buy British, Goldman Sachs tells clients". I had mixed feelings on reading this headline. It’s reassuring that the City is waking up to the prospect of an upturn in the economy next year. Goldman is surely right that clarity on the terms of the UK’s departure from the EU should emerge sooner under a Conservative … Continue reading Five times the City got it wrong on Brexit
Earlier this month I spoke at a conference for sixth formers on the pros and cons of lowering the voting age. Other panellists included the local Labour MP and a representative of the Electoral Reform Society, both of whom argued in favour of voting at 16. In contrast, I believe we should stick at 18, … Continue reading Should the voting age be lowered to 16?