Tuesday April 7, 2020

The markets are not the real problem

Politicians are all too often distracted from the real issues and tempted to take the populist route. Both at EU level and here, this has been all too evident over the past week.

1st May, 2010

Politicians are all too often distracted from the real issues and tempted to take the populist route. Both at EU level and here, this has been all too evident over the past week.

Europe’s leaders have been dangerously slow in coming up with a plan to tackle the Greek financial crisis, running the real risk of creating a much bigger problem. At home, our politicians have carried on arguing about who should give up their...

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