Articles by William Keegan
The Treasury must give an assessment on the implications of this huge economic gamble if the Leave camp wins.
One area where they could surely try harder is in the debate about 'sovereignty.'
Ken Clarke appeared on the Today programme and rallied to the support of our beleaguered Chancellor.
Happy memories of of Ronald Reagan's relaxed approach to economic policy.
If bookmakers are right, the public will opt for the status quo to remain and for Britain to stay in the EU.
PM's references are an attempt to turn the public's concerns about immigration in his favour.
With gloom about sustainability of economic recovery low oil prices are a gift for Western economies.
Most of the attention with regard to Labour focuses on Corbyn's desire for nuclear disarmament.
Cameron and Osborne successfully sold the 'public spending crisis' interpretation to the public.
The Osborne/Harrison rule means that current spending has to be squeezed savagely.
Paris attacks highlight the problem with Osborne's planned cuts in budgets for the armed forces and police.
Raising the minimum wage mirrors seventies policies where wage settlements were linked to the cost of living.
There is something about Europe that from time to time convulses the Conservative Party.
Who should have the temerity to proclaim "the way this country is run is broken"?
There is not much sympathy in the EU for the demands of the British eurosceptics.
Be it Jeremy Corbyn or the three-year-olds lining up at Doncaster, the odds-on favourite doesn't always come home first.
British tourists have been enjoying an exceptionally strong pound.
There are plenty of unlikely stories doing the rounds this August, but some of them happen to be true.
Whatever patching up takes place in Greece, the chickens are coming home to roost.
Osborne is entering unpleasant territory and the majority of Labour's leadership contenders are right to stand up and be counted.