On Labour´s attempt to forge a reputation for economic competency based on new economics: What does it mean? Has it worked? Can Labour escape the balancing the household books narrative? Is austerity economics really over?
Sorry, somehow we fell behind. We shall catch up. They are great talks, even if you are already familiar with Capital. The page numbers Professor Harvey refers to are valid for both the Penguin Classics […]
Nicholas Shaxson unveils the secrets of the seriously, filthy rich and talks me through how many of the world’s offshore tax havens are not only tropical islands, but actually British & OECD territories. Just what […]
In this provocative television essay, writer and broadcaster Jonathan Meades turns his forensic gaze on that modern phenomenon that drives us all up the wall – jargon. In a wide-ranging programme he dissects politics, the […]