John Major on energy prices, China's economic problems and the closure of Grangemouth refineryby Prospect Team / October 24, 2013 / Leave a comment
The former PM wants less ‘ideology’ and more talk about what matters to ordinary people, writes Peter Oborne.
Grangemouth could help shape the Scottish referendum (Guardian)
The SNP has cast itself as defender of the economy from the icy wind of global markets. What’s icier than closure on the Forth, asks Martin Kettle.
Legal or not drone strikes set a dangerous precedent (Financial Times, £)
A nation at war with an abstract threat has no right to mount a pre-emptive killing spree, says David Pilling.
Osborne is best when he’s most unpopular (Times, £)
There is a Bad Osbo who obsesses about political tactics and a Good Osbo who takes long-term decisions, says Tim Montgomerie.
China having a credit crunch? (Financial Times, £)