Why ‘no deal’ would be very bad for British trade if Brexit talks fail

June 7th, 2017

Please click here to view article on Noreena’s blog. When interviewed by Jeremy Paxman, the Prime Minister was unambiguous. Time and time again she issued the mantra “no deal is better than a bad deal”. But is it really? I... Read more


Noreena on the Numbers: Draft Labour Manifesto

June 7th, 2017

Please click here to view article on Noreena’s ITV blog. These are some initial thoughts on some of the key policy announcements in the draft Labour manifesto. Yesterday we learned about many of Labour’s education plans. Today we learnt that... Read more


Bank of England warns of ‘moderate’ growth as Brexit-fuelled inflation bites

June 7th, 2017

Please click here to view article on Noreena’s ITV blog.   The Bank of England expects the economy to do slightly worse this year than it forecast, but predicts it will improve next year and in 2019. They also made... Read more


Noreena on the Numbers: Education Spending

June 7th, 2017

Please click here to view article on Noreena’s ITV blog.   Education was always going to be a big issue at this election. It matters to the electorate. And the outgoing government’s proposed real terms cuts in school spending per... Read more


Why closing the gender pay gap isn’t just a women’s issue

June 7th, 2017

Please click here to view article on Noreena’s ITV blog. Forty-seven years after the Equal Pay Act women in the UK still earn on average 18.1% less than men. Today, new regulations come into place that make it mandatory for... Read more