Hollister Damen Hollister Deutschland Hollister Deutschland Shop Hollister Online Shop Deutsch Hollister Online Shop Deutschland Sale Hollister Online Shop Sale Hollister Online Shop Schweiz.html Hollister Kleid Hollister Hollister Sverige hollister stockholm Hollister Milano Indirizzo Hollister Milano Hollister Italia Hollister Roma Via Del Corso hollister schweiz hollister online shop hollister belgie winkels hollister belgie hollister belgium hollister nederland Opinion | Labour Left

Category Archive: Opinion

Not So ‘Super Thursday’ – Lets Give Mark Carney Some Real Targets : By @rwscarter

Yet another consecutive meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee has kept the base rate constant at 0.5%, a phenomenon that’s fast become the norm having stuck at this historic low since March 2009. The base rate is the rate that the Bank of England (BoE) decides it’s willing to lend to other banks. Following the [...]

Continue Reading

Is there positive power held in negative interest rates? By @rwscarter

Firstly, what is a negative interest rate? It is a bond issued by the government or a corporate bond (though less likely and less common) that offers a negative yield. As an example, if a bond cost £100 and the interest rate was negative 1% for a yearly bond, the money you’d get back at [...]

Continue Reading

@pghodges Opinion Piece: We Must Not Bomb Syria

I do not support the proposal for bombing in Syria that is currently dominating the headlines. The horrendous events that took place in Paris weeks ago have inevitably caused calls for escalation in military intervention to combat ISIS. President Hollande openly declared war, and can hardly be blamed for such an emotional response to the [...]

Continue Reading

Was this the week Corbyn really got under the Prime Minister’s skin? @pghodges

Exchanges during PMQs between Jeremy Corbyn and David Cameron are getting increasingly fiery with each week that passes. Labour, buoyed in opposition by the Government’s scandalous plans involving tax credits and junior doctors contracts, as well as the awful handling of the steel crisis in the ‘Northern Powerhouse’, have forced the Tories to resort to [...]

Continue Reading

Regulations are based on assumptions, these assumptions are about to disappear. By @rwscarter

In life as in politics the reality we see can be very clear or very hazy, sometimes both simultaneously. One thing is for sure however, we can see trends looking backwards and attempt to predict the future. Though this is perhaps about to be changed forever and the consequences are yet to be felt. The basis [...]

Continue Reading