As Entrepreneurs” Relief has been spotlighted by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), March 11th’s Budget will be a test of whether or not Sajid Javid understands the dynamics behind investment in Britain’s smaller companies.
The City Grump has found a secret memo concerning Boris Johnson and his ideas for his cabinet. Could this be for real?
Has our political landscape ever been as turgid and as inactive as it has been recently” To my mind, the last notable event was when Theresa May stepped up as PM. I argue that this bout of inactivity has allowed ineffective processes such as scheming bankers, and their poor financial decisions, to continue unabated.
Our resident current-affairs grumbler keeps us up to date with the dramatic antics of the conservative party, including whether Brexit really means Brexit, and if globe-stopping chaos will ensue if a no-deal Brexit happens, and, most importantly, if Theresa May is in fact, a robot, or should we say, maybot!” The City Grump returns to Real Business to dish the hilarious dirt on contemporary business and politics in the slow lead up to Brexit.