Daily Archives: May 12, 2010

The tables are turned: It’s the Con-Lib coalition

As Harold Wilson never said, twenty-four hours is a long time in politics.  Yesterday morning, I was writing ruefully about the Lib-Lab “coalition of losers” that looked increasingly likely.  Today, David Cameron is in Downing Street.  Down the road, there … Continue reading

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A politically-motivated currency experiment

Early in June, I am expecting to go the Pyongyang, North Korea, and on to Seoul, South Korea, with a European parliament Interparliamentary Delegation.  Ahead of that trip, our delegation had the pleasure of hosting a high-powered South Korean delegation … Continue reading

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