Articles by Jay Elwes
Russia and the US are both preparing to make major shifts
Are rumours of the dismal science's demise greatly exaggerated, or have things really changed?
The death of Phillip Hughes, the 25-year-old Australian cricketer, is a devastating tragedy, for his family and friends, for Australian cricket, and for everyone around the world who follows the...
Scotland's borrowing costs could be higher than those of the London government. ©David Cheskin/PA Archive/Press Association Images The Smith Commission Report was released this morning, outlining...
The US State Department official responsible for the EU explains why Britain should remain part of Europe
Jay Elwes / November 10, 2014
An interview with the newest regional Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester
When the first few members of my extended family, a year or so ago, told me that they were planning to vote for Ukip, I wasn’t so much shocked as surprised. I have never regarded Ukip as being...
Jay Elwes / September 30, 2014
The Home Secretary's speech took the Conservative Party conference by storm
Jay Elwes / September 29, 2014
The Chancellor's new policies might pass the Conservatives' "fairness test," but they are wrong headed, potentially driving more on to disability benefits and hitting small businesses