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The cost today of these reckless budget promises

    “It looks like we’re headed for a spiral that we usually see in emerging markets crises, where policymakers struggle to reassert credibility,”  Mansoor Mohi-uddin, chief economist at Bank of Singapore. Currency markets are now toying with the idea … Continue reading

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The gap in our thinking on the cost of living.

As so often, the real story is in the image. Here the image of the winner focussing on the gap between her and the loser, perhaps the seat for Boris Johnson. For many, the disregard Liz Truss paid Rishi Sunak … Continue reading

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Are comforting lies – crushing unpleasant truths? (Truss v Sunak)

These are the latest odds for our next Prime Minister, the return for Sunak to a £1 stake is 900p for Truss it is 11p. My simple maths tells me the market reckons Truss 80 times more likely to win. … Continue reading

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Liz Truss – shorter than Baaeed.

Baaeed is the top-rated thoroughbred racehorse in the world. Yesterday he trounced his rivals in Goodwood’s Sussex Stakes at a price of 1-6, delivering just 17p profit to a one pound stake.   This morning , Liz Truss is priced … Continue reading

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Sunak needs Osborne’s rabbit and hat to win now!

Yesterday I reported that Rishi Sunak had drifted to 3-1 against while Liz Truss was 3-1 on Today’s news is that the odds have widened further A Sunak win is now promising  nearly four pounds profit to a one pound … Continue reading

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Truss now nine times as likely to win as Sunak

  Liz Truss if three to one on and Rishi Sunak three to one against to be our next Prime Minister, that means you’ll get over £4 for a one pound stake if Rishi wins and only £1.31 if Liz … Continue reading

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Truss moves to the front for the first time

With the timing of Jake Wightman, Liz Truss has for the first time moved into a commanding lead in Betfair’s book. She is currently even money to win the election to be prime minister, her rival for the right wing … Continue reading

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Truss closes on Mordaunt, Sunak staying on in third.

With the Tory leadership campaign continuing to look a three horse race, the gap between the fillies is narrowing while the colt continues to stay on at one pace and is now a clear third in the betting. On the … Continue reading

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Taking back control of our retirement savings.

Pensions have long been seen to have an image problem. Ever since I started selling s226 policies in the early eighties I have heard them described as a rip-off. When you look behind that complaint you get to the frustration. … Continue reading

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The Chancellor’s listening – are you? (a shouty blog)

You asked for it. We arranged it. Clubhouse with the Chancellor @RishiSunak and some special guests. 4.30pm tomorrow. More details here: https://t.co/jsEweOnIc7 pic.twitter.com/KkqnuIRW6H — Coadec (@Coadec) March 24, 2021 I’m certainly going to be on this call and listening to … Continue reading

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