Paul Smee: Caution needed over Housing Regulation

I was told that the battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton. (No, I don’t know what it means and I don’t think that it constitutes serious historical analysis). But the Governor of the Bank of England seems now to think that the battle of economic recovery (or at least the …

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The new European Parliament – A Cicero Group analysis

The coverage of the European Parliament elections often places the results into a domestic political context. This is particularly true of this election; taking place as it did one year before a General Election, CiceroElections has analysed in other areas of this hub the implications of these results for the domestic political landscape. Yet this …

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UKIP results: A tremor of things to come?

As earthquakes go, this one isn’t very high up the Richter scale.  But some aspects of the landscape have changed, with consequences for the General Election in May 2015. The ‘earthquake’ is more of a tremor.  Only one-third of the UK electorate participated in this contest. Double that number, and possibly more, will participate next …

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