Monthly Archives: November 2010

International Monetary Fun

Last week, I published exclusive extracts from the personal diary of Wolfgang Uppenhaus, one of the IMF’s leading representatives here … Continue reading

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Cheeky Imfs

Last week there were rumours about a tall Hungarian floating around Government departments. But this week it’s official. They’re here. … Continue reading

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Lexiconomics

The publishers aren’t interested. Shockingly, it now seems unlikely that any of my four recession themed books – see A … Continue reading

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Open to Interpretation

They say that music hath the power to charm the savage breast. I can’t comment. My own breasts are fairly … Continue reading

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