We were expecting bad news from the Spending Review, but the reality of our economic plight is even more daunting than anticipated, writes Victor Hill.
Electrification of vehicular transport will happen – but at what cost to the economy? Victor Hill inquires.
After Pfizer announced its successful vaccine trial on Monday, stock markets soared. Will life really return to normal in the first half of 2021? asks Victor Hill.
Despite Mr Trump’s threats to litigate, Joe Biden will emerge as President-elect shortly. We should get used to a distinct change in tone, writes Victor Hill.
Countries which use the market to manage the historic transition to green enrgy will fare better than those which espouse green socialism – and they will do less damage to the environment, writes Victor Hill.
Joe Biden will likely emerge as President-Elect of the USA next week. But a Biden presidency will be beset by doubts about how long he will last, writes Victor Hill.
The lockdowns now risk causing more deaths than coronavirus. The political consensus is shattered. The science is in disarray. The people are restive and confused. National finances are in meltdown. The moment of truth is near, writes Victor Hill.
Boris Johnson wants us to set our gaze beyond the coronavirus pandemic to contemplate a future when our homes are powered by wind alone. Is he tilting at windmills like Don Quixote? Victor Hill is asking.
Microprocessor technology – the design and manufacture of computer chips – is now central to national security policy and the great game of geopolitics. Victor Hill investigates.
America is in for a melodramatic end to the pandemic year. The US presidential election is turning nasty and may have a messy outcome, writes Victor Hill.