Trussonomics is already slaying the demons of stagflation. We need more of it

Volatility has stalked the UK markets this past week since the mini-Budget, much to the delight of the many opponents of the Truss-Kwarteng revolution. It is revealing how these critics have revelled in what they saw as the discomfiture of not just the new Government but also of the UK economy generally – as if … Read more

Liz Truss must hold her nerve as the world tips into a calamitous recession

For the past 25 years, and especially since the financial crisis, the global economy has taken a disastrous wrong turn for which we are about to pay a hideous price. In one of the gravest intellectual errors since communism, many of the world’s cleverest people thought they had discovered the secret to perpetual prosperity. Forget … Read more

There is no sterling crisis, except in the minds of idiots

It seems any stick will do to beat up on the Government’s new fiscal package. Seeing that there is no logic in attacking fiscal solvency, because the Chancellor has explicitly committed himself to it, the mob of critics have fastened on the fall in sterling as the “canary in the coal mine” that denounces the … Read more

Liz Truss’ honeymoon canceled as pound plummets and UK borrowing costs soar – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article LIVERPOOL, England — As an inexperienced leader taking charge of a country in crisis, Liz Truss knew she needed to hit the ground running this month. But three weeks into her fledgling premiership, the new U.K. prime minister finds herself scrambling to stay ahead of events as last … Read more

Kwarteng warns Bank of England over blaming Ukraine war for inflation

Kwasi Kwarteng has issued a warning to the Governor of the Bank of England, as he vows in Friday’s mini-Budget to break the “cycle of stagnation”.  The Chancellor told Andrew Bailey that claims that near double-digit inflation was mainly driven by the war in Ukraine were less credible now that the Government had taken action … Read more