First it was capital controls (no one talks about the success of Iceland with this policy) that the IMF revised. Now it is what the IMF refers to as “The policy that shall not be name”, Indutrial Policy, that is being rehabilitated.
One of the author’s of Labour’s new policy paper on executive pay sets out how to rein in the fat cats. Read here
Certainly a thought-provoking piece concerning the current British political turmoil. Read here
Catalan News – Catalonia: Judge dismisses 43 allegations of injuries by police during independence referndum
The judge explained “The use of force is legitimate whenever there is a justification for it and when it is carried out proportionally”. The word proportionally is used differently in nations like Spain, Turkey, and […]