Category Archives: London

Help us George, just not like that!

Oh George, what are you trying to do with the housing market?  The help-to-buy scheme is 100% politics and 0% economics. It will boost house prices, as if the Bank of England wasn’t doing enough, and perhaps give a “feel … Continue reading

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UK Olympics: Not All Tourists Are The Same…

Ah, the big question, will the Olympics boost the UK economy in 2012? Well, possibly but I’m not optimistic. London is already the most visited city in the world, the Olympics may just substitute sport-mad tourists for regular sightseeing tourists … Continue reading

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Euroskeptic Brits Face Tough Euro-Zone Choice

Europeans have never quite understood Britain’s reluctance to fully commit to closer ties but the reasons lie in a long history of independence. Britain is heading for an extremely tough choice which could affect the future prosperity of the country. … Continue reading

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