Publication: Financial Times

Time for a new liberal lexicon

18.03.17 Publication:

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The real threat to Matteo Renzi is Beppe Grillo and his ilk

30.11.16 Publication:

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BBC licence-payers deserve a strong, independent regulator

17.11.16 Publication:

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Now we need clarity from Eurosceptics

21.09.15 Publication:

The UK’s new opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn hasnow clarified, in the FT no less , his view of British membership of the EU. David Cameron is unlikely to do...

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The real worry in China is politics, not economics

28.08.15 Publication:

The debate about China’s economy, amid all the noise and drama coming from the bursting of its stock market bubble, is essentially about whether its annual...

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No need for a clash of values, between FT and Nikkei

27.07.15 Publication:

Old Tokyocorrespondents such as myself think of Japan as the country that abolished news, as a place of processes and trends rather than big events. So it...

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Europe´s confusion about German leadership

20.07.15 Publication:

We are in an interval during the long Greek tragedy, in agap between the wailings of the chorus but still far from the end, so this is a good moment  to...

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Time for euro creditors to reward their allies

06.07.15 Publication:

What will happen now after Greece’sresounding ‘No’ lies in the hands of fresh negotiations, Greek banking solvency and the nerve of the triumphant...

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Time for Renzi to turn talk into action

02.06.15 Publication:

For a man who likes to give the impression of incessant activity,to be told "pull your finger out" might seem ungrateful. But that is the message given by...

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The Conservative-Lib Dem coalition and its legacy: Book essay

24.04.15 Publication:

The Coalition Effect 2010-2015, edited by Anthony Seldon and Mike Finn,Cambridge University Press, RRP£18.99, 642 pagesMr Osborne’s Economic Experiment:...

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The cash of civilisations

01.11.08 Publication:

Review by Bill Emmott The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the WorldBy Niall FergusonAllen Lane £25, 464 pagesFT Bookshop price: £20 If, in...

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