What Labour Can Learn from the Corbyn Leadership Campaign by Bryan Gould First posted 6th September 2015 No one, surely, could begrudge Jeremy Corbyn the odd chuckle or two when he contemplates, in his private moments, the consternation he has … Continue reading
It’s Up to Europe’s Leaders Now From Bryan Gould, previously published here: Like so many others, I long ago got used to being pilloried as “anti-European” for daring to say that the “Europe” we were urged to sign up to … Continue reading
The Real Greek Crisis By Bryan Gould Most people will feel that they don’t need to look far for an explanation as to what lies behind the Greek crisis. Lazy reporting and racial stereotyping will persuade them that the Greeks … Continue reading
Update: George Osborne’s response to the loss of the AAA rating from Moody, is that he is just going to keep on doing what he has been doing.. in spite of the flat-lining economy, the increasing deficit and a potential … Continue reading
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard writes in ‘IMF’s epic plan to conjure away debt and dethrone bankers’ One could slash private debt by 100pc of GDP, boost growth, stabilize prices, and dethrone bankers all at the same time. It could be done cleanly … Continue reading
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The Bilderberg phenomenon is often dismissed as a ‘conspiracy fantasist’s dream. However, there is no doubt that there is an annual three-day conference attended by members of the global aristocracy, global leaders of industry and politicians (including US presidential candidates) from … Continue reading
Plan B, By Sue Marsh, previously publish here So the Telegraph (of all papers) carries an article on IMF warnings to relax our austerity programme. They point out that: “The IMF said that the British economy may not be able to cope with … Continue reading