Labour says that it will build 1.5 million homes by reforming Britain’s planning system. Is it really that simple, asks Victor Hill?
Economics & Markets
Despite its massive problems, New York is still the centre of the world, says Victor Hill.
The diagnosis was correct, even if the hasty treatment was bungled, says Victor Hill.
Neither of them will make it to the party coronations next August, says Victor Hill.
Much of the politics of Western democracies is founded on a world order that no longer exists, says Victor Hill.
India goes from strength to strength and is now a major geopolitical player, says Victor Hill.
If we are going to condemn the next generation to pay off our unsustainable national debt at least we should explain how it came about, says Victor Hill.
Downside risks are rising this summer, as the Russia-Ukraine war gets even nastier, says Victor Hill.
The climate doomsters make it more difficult to formulate effective climate policy, says Victor Hill.
Victor Hill asks why any canny investor would allocate to the no-growth UK.