Articles by Jay Elwes
Jay Elwes / June 18, 2015
It’s not a case of if, but when
Jay Elwes / June 15, 2015
Interview with a pensions regulator, Andrew Warwick-Thompson
On the Move: A Life, Oliver Sacks (Picador, £20) Oliver Sacks is not like other scientists. Certainly there have been some in the past who have broken the mould, such as the bongo-playing Nobel...
David Cameron needs to meet his promise to devolve more powers to Wales
“I don't think the country’s going to be governed right, under these circumstances.”
While we were busy looking the other way, global markets have gone alarmingly awry
(Penguin, £20) In late 1944, with Allied forces moving eastwards, Adolf Hitler mounted a counter attack of such savagery that it almost threw the course of the western war into reverse. Hitler...
Greece could find itself unable to pay its debts—what would happen if it did?
(Polity, £7.99) This short, lucid book tells two stories—one familiar, the other less so. Many people will have a sense of the events leading up to the credit crunch of 2007-8 and of the...