Liam Halligan has written his weekly Economic Agenda column in the Sunday Telegraph since 2003, and is Editor-at-Large and a shareholder of bne-Intellinews
Liam Halligan has written his weekly Economic Agenda column in The Sunday Telegraph since 2003 – which enjoys a wide international readership and has been recognised with a British Press Award. He is Editor-at-Large and a shareholder of bne-Intellinews and has extensive business experience. Halligan took degrees in economics from the Universities of Warwick and Oxford and has held economic research posts at the International Monetary Fund, the Social Market Foundation and the London School of Economics. He has reported from Moscow for The Economist, been Political Correspondent for The Financial Times and for eight years was Economics Correspondent at Channel Four News – where he won the Wincott Business Broadcasting Award an unprecedented four times.
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RT @cjbickerton Nice write up by @JonCruddas_1 on Judicial Power and the Left pamphlet in @NewStatesman with articles by @HelenHet20 Richard Tuck, myself and many others - well worth reading @Policy_Exchange twitter.com/JonCrudd…
RT @joecguinan With ‘the repudiation of [its] Eurosceptic heritage, Labour has been left to confront the wreckage of Britain’s membership of the EU without any political language that it can claim as its own in the democratic political space that Brexit has opened’. judicialpowerproject…
RT @CarlPackman There's a great @judicialpwr @Policy_Exchange chapter by Helen Thompson on Democracy, the Left, & the EU discussing how EC law was useful for some politicians (e.g. Ted Heath) forcing through measures they wouldn't want to put through themselves judicialpowerproject…