Gordon Brown

Is the ex-Chancellor’s memory playing tricks on him?

Martin Wolf and his academic mentors warned that austerity would be economic suicide. They were and are mistaken

How to ride the feelgood factor to the election

The Prime Minister can handle the pressure of a crisis. But he has found it more difficult to set out a Conservative vision for Britain

The Liberal Democrat Business Secretary is a gravy-train hopper who does not deserve his reputation as an economic guru

In the spin doctor’s memoirs the similarities between Evelyn Waugh’s protagonist Charles Ryder and Gordon Brown’s antagonist Damian McBride are several and eerie

According to the LSE, the last Labour government’s public spending “worked”. But the researchers came to this conclusion solely from a play on words

George W. Bush has just published a collection of essays on the financial crisis — if only he’d acted on this wisdom before the event