We are delighted to partner with The Spectator as lead sponsor for their 2016 debate series. These debates will allow us to showcase our impartial, fact-based economic analysis as well hear from leading protagonists on important current issues.
Opened in December 2004 and with an iconic design by Foster & Partners, the Sage Gateshead concert hall or “the Sage” as it is know locally, has quickly become a standout landmark on the south bank of the river Tyne.
Lacrosse legacy programme launched in Surrey as 3,500 girls compete in the finals of the Rathbones National Schools Lacrosse Championships.
When it comes to economic data, financial markets tend to be more sensitive to how close the numbers are to expectations than the figures themselves. We call this difference the ‘economic surprise’. Statistics about the UK’s labour market have delivered plenty of surprises over the past few years.
“Risk” is a multi-faceted concept that has come under increased regulatory scrutiny in recent years. That is not to say that risk is bad; however, it must be managed in a manner that fits an investor’s capacity for loss.
Like the band of the Coldstream Guards at the FA Cup final, it felt appropriate that the Household Cavalry rode ahead of us as we walked through Hyde Park to take on the English Lacrosse first VIII. The occasion was after all similarly auspicious and high profile.
Taking place on 16 February, this year’s City Food Lecture will be given by Christophe Jouan, chief executive of The Future Foundation, who will speak on the subject of ‘What, When and How will we be eating in 2025?’. The lecture will be followed by a panel discussion, chaired by Margaret Mountford and featuring Judith Batchelar OBE, Professor Chris Elliott of Queen’s University, Belfast and food and health adviser and writer Lyndon Gee.