- @TiggerTherese In consultancy or outsourcing fees? 2 hours ago
- Blogged: What will your powerhouse do for you? flipchartfairytales.wordpress.com/2015/05/28/wha… 2 hours ago
- If you're wondering why the action against #FIFA comes from the US, this gives some background: read.bi/1HLskeJ 2 hours ago
- @Rick6d This sheds some light on it: read.bi/1HLskeJ 2 hours ago
- RT @businessinsider: The most staggering part of FIFA's $150 million bribery scandal read.bi/1HLskeJ http://t.co/hTEMsdvObs 2 hours ago
- RT @SophRosa: Bribe at CONCACAF meeting got soccer investigation rolling bit.ly/1J3e5F7 2 hours ago
- @Rick6d Ah OK. So is this action really against CONCACAF? 2 hours ago
- What does 'opting out of ever closer union' mean? 2 hours ago
- Why is the action against FIFA coming from the US? The least footballing country in the world. 2 hours ago
- @eureferendum Has that worked anywhere else? 2 hours ago
- @LS__chris I think it already has. 2 hours ago
- What will your powerhouse do for you? flipchartfairytales.wordpress.com/2015/05/28/wha… http://t.co/yocGl1Svmj 3 hours ago
- What will your powerhouse do for you?
- Inequality in the UK
- A 1995 immigration target for a 2015 economy
- How different is Scotland?
- Labour lost the economic argument 5 years ago
- The deficit: much tougher than it looked
- Are the Conservatives ideologically driven state-shrinkers?
- The Tories and welfare: Machiavellian or just muddling through?
- Recovery: Was that it?
- Low productivity: don’t blame the workforce
- Startups and the productivity puzzle
- David Nicholson is right: The NHS will need more money
Monthly Archives: November 2009
This morning’s financial news is dominated by fears that the state-owned Dubai World is about to default on its debt repayments. And guess which bank has the largest exposure to Dubai World? Of course, that’ll be good old Royal Bank of Scotland, underwritten … Continue reading
Most commentators are decidedly underwhelmed by the recommendations of the Walker Review. Most of the attention has been focussed on bankers’ pay and, specifically, the decision not to force banks to publish the names of staff being paid over £1 million … Continue reading
Labour’s slight revival in the opinion polls has the newspapers discussing the possibility of a hung parliament. As Andrew Rawnsley says, a hung parliament would reflect the public mood: People are sick of Labour but reluctant to swallow the Tories. That points to … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting and rather disturbing story. Earlier this year the recruitment firm Hays was accused of racism after three employees claimed they were subjected to abuse by colleagues and managers. The employment tribunal started this week and the accusations were repeated … Continue reading
The news that October’s budget deficit was the highest since 1993 had all the Labour-hating newspapers jumping up and down with barely concealed glee. The suggestion that this is all Gordon Brown’s fault is being relentlessly pushed by his enemies. He … Continue reading
I haven’t had time to write anything about the blustering from bankers and their cheerleaders in response to the government’s plans to regulate City bonuses. Read Alex McGarry’s piece in the Spoof instead. It’s along the lines of what I was going to say, … Continue reading