Don’t use MMT except in an emergency?

For the first time that I am aware of MMT (Modern Monetary Theory) has been mentioned in the UK ‘mainstream’ rather than specialist press. David Smith, Economics correspondent of the ‘Sunday Times’, published an article in the paper on Sunday which is reproduced with free access on his own website. He states: Then there is… Read more

DuckDuckGo

In order to shelter ourselves to some small extent from the current UK political incompetence or even vandalism, perhaps we should turn our attention to sheltering ourselves from an the all too competent behemoth that is the grasp of Google. American though it is, Google has an even greater share of the search market in… Read more

BBC Brexit Coverage: Objective Truth, Relativism and Gaslighting

“Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts.” – Daniel Patrick Moynihan BBC’s public news purpose: To provide impartial news and information to help people understand and engage with the world around them: The BBC will provide accurate and impartial news, current affairs and factual programming of the highest editorial… Read more

BBC Shame

I’ve previously highlighted the blog of the Oxford academic, Simon Wren Lewis. Although I don’t agree with everything he writes, I have to say it is always impeccably argued… This time, there is certainly no contest: Theresa May shows a disregard for people… that I cannot remember in previous Prime Ministers. The current excesses of… Read more