Simon Miller is the Editor of Financial Risks Today
With Cameron putting the cat among the pigeons with his referendum promise, it is vital that we keep EU-hands off the press
It is about time that taking money from Peter then giving it back to him stops
We are very much becoming an impolite, uncivil society. And all in the name of tolerance
Instead of lecturing about morality, David Cameron should put the state on a diet
The US government is worried about the UK leaving the EU. The problem is that we are not European and the EU is not the US
Bureaucrats seem intent on mission creep and appear to be targeting growth policies. But if they succeed, what is the point of the politician?
Politics, like football can be a game of two halves. Can this government be radical enough to win the game?
Politically, the Chancellor did what he needed to. But if any of his presentation is based on spin or if there are hidden figures in the book, expect the ghost of omnishambles to return
We are the people of this country; we are the bosses. And it is really about time politicians start acting with this in mind
Once again the consumer gets hit as politicians increase their emissions over energy policy
As people wake up to the possibility of a Britxit, could politicians wake up to the potential in the Commonwealth?
A panicked decision to buy Northern Rock has already cost the taxpayer £2bn and there's another £66bn we could be stuck with
The price of leaving the European Union will be high, argues Simon Miller. But not necessarily for the UK
If the market doesn't have confidence then share prices fall, bond yields shoot up and eventually a bank is in solvency trouble as its own liquidity dries up despite fire sales
Individualism is key to ending discrimination in the workplace not a quota for women
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