Economics & Markets

There are no safe havens

There are no safe havens

10 mins. to read

Ranjeet Singh discusses the signs that the current sell-off could be the start of something a lot bigger – and why the traditional ‘safe havens’ might not be as reliable the time round.

Renewables come of age

Renewables come of age

16 mins. to read

A report by the IPCC out this week tells us we are pretty much doomed unless we change our lifestyles drastically now. The pivot towards renewables was already gaining momentum. In fact, our planet must become carbon neutral by 2050. Victor Hill asks: Is that realistic?

Brexit: When the no-fault divorce turned sour

Brexit: When the no-fault divorce turned sour

18 mins. to read

David Cameron called the Brexit referendum to lance the European boil. Instead, it has riven the Tory Party in two, raising the terrifying prospect of a Corbyn government. And relations with Europe, post-divorce, could be anything but warm. Victor Hill asks: How will it all end?

The red archbishop’s silver spoon
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The red archbishop’s silver spoon

17 mins. to read

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is a Corbynista. He can afford to be – he and our national Church are entirely financed by one of the most successful investment funds in the world. Thank God for that! cries Victor Hill.

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