Tim Congdon

Tim Congdon

The soaring US debt-to- GDP ratio could have major global consequences

The Bank of England will continue to ignore the real lessons of boom and bust

The poor are best helped through tax and benefits, not boosting the minimum wage

The remainer hullabaloo about the costs of Brexit has been wrong

Blame the Bank for soaring prices, not the working class, the elderly and the sick

It is wrong to hand public money to overseas firms to expand their UK operations

The British needs to embrace football

As crypto madness fades, its prophets will be forced to do more productive work

The Truss debacle does not refute the Thatcherite principle of sound money

There’s nothing anti-growth about sound money and strong public finances