From television shows to car emissions, the United States is two countries, not one

One of my liveliest conversations during 2016 was over a barbecue dinner in Napa, California. Our host had averred that were Donald Trump to...

Why the Brexiteers of Essex are still glad they voted to leave the EU

On the morning of 24 June 2016, the train from London Liverpool Street to Romford carried some unusual commuters on its 15-minute journey. The nation...

A View from the Top: Miatta Fahnbulleh, chief executive of the New Economics Foundation,...

Miatta Fahnbulleh spent the day of the Spring Statement calling out the Chancellor on live television. Fahnbulleh is chief executive of the New Economics...

If we’re going Dutch on takeovers please can we first plan the route?

Blimey. I had no idea. I simply did not realise that GKN was so vital to the interests of national security. There I...

Five things to watch out for after recent market mayhem. Is a downturn on...

Was the market shakeout of the past few days a harbinger of a wider downturn? And if so, was it perhaps severe enough...

One year to Brexit: How well has the British economy really been performing? And...

There is now just one year to go before the UK exits the European Union. Before the June 2016 referendum the Treasury famously warned...

Top financial adviser: The fate of your career is ‘no longer about a degree’

In the professional world, it’s long been held that obtaining a university degree sets you up to ascend the corporate ladder and establish...

The argument for Brexit still doesn’t stand up to scrutiny

How disappointing to read “I’m a young person who voted for Brexit – and I’d do the same again today” by Benedict Spence....

Climate change rules introduced by Barack Obama will be further rolled back by Trump...

Donald Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency is expected to roll back greenhouse gas emissions and fuel economy standards for automobiles, further undercutting his predecessor...

IMF head Christine Lagarde says euro zone leaders should create a ‘rainy day fund’

International Monetary Fund (IMF) head Christine Lagarde said on Monday euro zone leaders should set up a “rainy day fund” to help cushion...

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A new academic report has found that sick air travellers are most likely to infect passengers...

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