Tim Congdon

Tim Congdon

Soaring inflation means the Chancellor can avoid an unpopular tax hike

It’s wrong to cite the Ukraine conflict as the principal cause of soaring prices

The case to re-join the EU is today much weaker than the case to remain was during the 2016 referendum

You can expect inflation between five and ten per cent for most of the next two years

Economic growth is hindered by the profusion of “negative sum” public sector jobs

Inflation is likely to be a live political issue until the growth of money is reined in

The post-Covid stock market boom will be brought to an end by rising inflation

Fund managers are torn between maximising clients’ savings and saving the Earth

Central bankers have forgotten the crucial monetary lessons of the past

Britain’s vaccination success has saved lives and will boost economic output by billions