Tag: Brexit

Damon de Laszlo

May 2017

In the UK, the Prime Minister sprung a completely unexpected election. On analysis, it was called for understandable reasons, however, it was a brave move. The Prime Minister’s negotiating position...

/ May 23, 2017
Damon de Laszlo

March 2017

Since my thoughts at the beginning of February, which followed a few intensive days in Washington DC, nothing has happened to change my view of Trump. He is, however, proving...

/ March 28, 2017
Damon de Laszlo

February 2017

The economic dislocation following the financial crisis is receding and business in general seems to have adjusted to a world of growing uncertainty on the political as well as the legislative front.  Perhaps...

/ February 7, 2017
Impact of Forecasting Changes on Borrowing

Chart of the Week: Week 49, 2016: Impact of Forecasting Changes on Borrowing

The Office for Budget Responsibility has projected that the Brexit bill will be £60bn over the next five years as a result of lower growth and weaker tax returns.

/ November 24, 2016