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 @judicialpwr Paul Yowell’s new book, “Constitutional Rights and Constitutional Design”, argues that courts were not designed for the kind of moral and empirical reasoning they now routinely undertake. Leading scholars and jurists respond to his arguments: judicialpowerproject… pic.twitter.com/Quuw…
.@Telegraph cites our Building for the Baby Boomers: "PX report pointed to evidence showing that older people who move into housing more suited to their needs are less likely to enter a care home than those who live in mainstream housing". telegraph.co.uk/tax/…
RT @michaelbrucePB Persuasive analysis from @laurendavidson in @Telegraph. Increasing evidence that Stamp Duty disproportionately hits older homeowners and, as I've said before, deters them from moving. Time to sort it out. Good to see @Policy_Exchange research cited too. telegraph.co.uk/tax/…