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Neil Liversidge: The trouble with the EU referendum

Democracy is in a state of fundamental change in our country and I do not just mean the recent election. As a nation we have been navel-gazing on the EU since 1973 and on devolution for about as long. The seemingly insoluble questions of whether the UK should be in or out of the EU […]

MM leader: Shock election points to unstable future

As soon as that exit poll came out at the top of election night pointing towards a Conservative majority, the shock among political pundits (and indeed the electorate) was palpable. The pollsters, who had been widely forecasting a hung parliament, had to hastily rip up their predictions. The resounding support for the Tories, as well […]

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Chile election: Another boost for Latin American markets

Thomas Smith, Head of Latin American Equities The second round of the Chilean presidential election took place last month, with Sebastian Pinera of the centre-right Chile Vamos coalition defeating the ruling centre-left coalition candidate Senator Alejandro Guillier. Chile is the latest country in Latin America to elect a market-friendly and pro-business president – across Latin […]

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