LONDON | FCC’s Merseylink will win a 30-year contract to design, build, finance and operate a new toll bridge over the River Mersey between Runcorn and Widnes.
The Fair Observer | It is easy to say that Europeans should have more sex. Demography is destiny, after all, or so it has seemed for millennia, and what could be better than sleeping your way to world power? Despite the financial crisis, a diminishing birth rates and seemingly unsustainable welfare states, Glenn Carle believes German leadership might offer a solution for structural reform in Europe.
NEW YORK | Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan shared a humble background and were both committed to a conservative revolution: fight communism, dismantle government bureaucracies and deregulate key industries.
MADRID | By Javier Arce, editor at Revista Consejeros | Commentary scaring savers–whether in Cyprus, Spain, Italy or France–smells of negligence at the very least. In Spain, where we had to face capital outflows of over €200 billion in 2012, we are particularly aware of it.
BRUSSELS | By Ralf Grahn, lawyer and EU adviser | Sustained campaigns by anti-EU mass market papers deliberately distort public opinion, preparing the ground for secession (Brexit).
By James Kilcourse, researcher at the Institute of International and European Affairs | Has the UK successfully forged an alliance with other “awkward partners” of Brussels? If the situation in the EU’s southern periphery deteriorates further, the ideas that emerge from the annual Northern Future Forum may become ever more influential.
The leading three rating agencies seem to be very myopic with regards to the United Kingdom and the United States. Would they saw through the branch on which they were sitting?, asks George Dorgan, investment portfolio manager.
LONDON | Even Ledbury Research, a specialised market intelligence agency that on Thursday released fresh data on the wealthiest few of the British society, acknowledges…
LONDON | Calls for further fiscal integration of the euro country members come extremely timely. Besides, they tackle the heart of the absurd problem that…
LONDON | Amey, Ferrovial Services’ British subsidiary, was named today preferred bidder to take on a highways maintenance contract with Calderdale Council worth up to £120 million. Amey has been…