It contains 'a flat out misstatement of the Government’s position'.
Many young people fear that they will not be able to travel freely if we leave the EU. That is nonsense. People can travel freely across the globe now and indeed were able to before we joined the Common Market in 1973. But I agree with this desire to break down the borders and that is what we can do in economic and trading terms outside the EU.
Over the next few months I'm going to be leading research at RBS on this topic. We'll be talking to our customers about interest rates and the decisions they think they'll make when rates change. We want to understand how we, and the industry itself, can help. This won't end the fevered speculation about the timing of the first rate rise, but next time you're listening to the debates, ask yourself this question. Does this tell me what I really need to know about UK interest rates?
'Ninety-four percent [of economists] report having engaged in at least one unaccepted research practice,' from plagiarism to ignoring contrary evidence, skewing data and not reading their sources. Basically, all economsits are liars.
George Osborne and his Treasury officials have been mocked for continuing to pick people that "they play golf with" for the
As police and protesters continue to confront each other over fracking in the Sussex countryside, Frances Leader, a 61-year-old grandmother, told reporters: "This isn't about one place, it's about the whole country, and the future of the planet."
The news of Britain's gross domestic product (GDP) output shrinking by 0.3% has taken the city by surprise, leading to suggestions
Britain is in the longest double-dip recession for more than 50 years, as gross domestic product shrank by 0.7% between April
The Bank of England will paint a gloomier view of the UK's recovery on Wednesday in its first assessment on prospects since
It's a fundamental paradox: why are business leaders refusing to do the thing that they know they most should?