Articles tagged Chancellor:

The City of London – Britain’s beating heart – is in a state of flux

  • 7 Nov 2022

I have worked in the City of London for nearly a quarter of a century and if you walk round the Square Mile on any day of the working week you will find it teeming with life and bustling with activity. Office workers and traders, builders and merchants, stall holders and shop ...

And the winner is Jeremy Hunt …..

  • 24 Oct 2022

“Businesses calls for political stability as outlook worsens” ran a headline in the Financial Times on 21 October, the day after Liz Truss resigned as Prime Minister. Two days later, former Governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King said when asked about the Conservative P...

The Chancellor must do the honourable thing and resign

  • 13 Oct 2022

Politics, it is often said, is a cruel old business. You work hard for years to climb up Disraeli’s greasy pole. You toil away – voting for things you don’t agree with, supporting policies you think are wrong, being friendly to colleagues you can’t stand, being lampooned by jo...