John Mills, economist, founder and chair of JML Group answers Phil McCauley’s questions and share his thoughts on the future economy.
Darren Jones MP for Bristol North West and newly elected Chair of the BEIS Select Committee discusses the future of the British economy on Labour Business TV.
As the centre-left business community comes to terms with the scale of Labour’s defeat, it seems that a new vigour and optimism is returning. We know how to create jobs and growth. We’ve done it all our lives. And
Greece is in a mess primarily because successive Greek governments failed to take the tough measures necessary to modernise the country’s economy and institutions. If the country was not in the eurozone then it could have taken radical steps of
The economic slump is not going away. The Coalition government likes to say that the glue holding it together is its commitment to eliminating the structural public deficit over four years. But its confidence that deficit reduction alone boosts private
When he delivered his Autumn Statement the Chancellor was forced to admit he had failed. Far from securing the recovery, he had to admit that not only has the economy flatlined over the last two years but is set to
Russell Lawson; 9 November 2012 When Japanese shopkeepers needed more shelf-space, Japanese farmers hit upon an innovative solution. By growing melons in tempered glass cases, they were able to modify the shape of the fruit and save on shelving. If
The Czech Republic is sometimes regarded as a smaller version of Germany. This small Central European country is amongst the least indebted in the EU, and can fairly be characterized as a nation of small savers . The Central Bank’s