The Economic legacy of Brown’s government

From the moment Tony Blair was elected in 1997, it seemed inevitable that Gordon Brown would become Prime Minister. He took over from Blair in 2007 after the latter announced that he would resign his post within a year, during a conference in September 2006. This was due to internal pressure within the Labour Party,Continue reading “The Economic legacy of Brown’s government”

The Economic legacy of the Trump Administration

The 45th President of the United States was sworn in on the 20th of January, 2017. Despite being a controversial figure, namely due to his tweets and nonchalant character, insofar as many social media platforms eventually took to de-platforming him, his economic legacy is laudable on many fronts. With this said, his economic agenda deviatedContinue reading “The Economic legacy of the Trump Administration”

The Economic legacy of the Coalition Government

Following the 2010 General Election, no party held an overall majority – with the Conservatives winning the most of any party with 306 seats. A coalition government comprising of the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats followed, marking the first coalition government since the Second World War. Both parties entered government in the wake of theContinue reading “The Economic legacy of the Coalition Government”