The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for International Trade.
Francis Maude is lucky enough to be able to walk away from this Government and their failing policies – if only the rest of us could do so.
If you don’t trust people, at least make sure that you imprison them, seems to be the idea.
As is always the case with challenges such as this, it falls to Labour to make the political case for action. Because inevitably the Tories will revert back to their time honoured answer - people are on their own and can sink or swim accordingly.
Political change and the ‘normalisation’ of interest rates mean 2016 is likely to be another interesting year. But what will it bring for equities – and bonds? Here, a number of Artemis’ managers share their views.
You can't have one law for big companies and another for the rest of us, says Seema Malhotra.
Cities are the key.
If Labour wants to continue its historic success as the party of workers, it must acknowledge that work has changed, says John Lloyd.
Barbie's rebrand is about capitalism far more than feminism.
The "Northern Powerhouse" always comes second to the City of London in the Conservatives' order of priorities.
The Osborne legacy: an economy too exposed to China and too indebted to weather the storm.
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