All posts by Aimée Allam

Dame Minouche Shafik

Wednesday 28th February at 6.30pm

/ January 6, 2018
Damon de Laszlo

September 2017

It’s difficult not to worry about Europe and Brexit where, on the one side twenty-seven governments, particularly when they are led by recalcitrant Brussels bureaucracy, are unlikely to be able to unanimously...

/ September 21, 2017
Historical Support for Tax Rises v.s. Corporation tax, VAT & Personal Allowance

Chart of the Week: Week 34, 2017: Historical Support for Tax Rises v.s. Corporation tax, VAT and Personal Allowance

The chart shows that support for the raising of taxes to extend public services had been waning steadily between 1997 and 2009.

/ September 7, 2017
UK Houseprice Growth since the Financial Crash

Chart of the Week: Week 33, 2017: UK Houseprice Growth since the Financial Crash

This chart shows that London house price growth over the last decade has far outstripped all other regions in the UK, with areas of staggering growth such as Hackney, which rose 120%.

/ August 31, 2017