Britain is facing a crisis bigger than anything we’ve seen before. The problems we face with energy are just a symptom of a much, much deeper problem.
Before the referendum result, infrastructure stocks were starting to recover nicely. Why have they taken a tumble on the country’s vote for Brexit?
The UK would derive more benefit from investing in infrastructure than any other major world economy.
An energy shortfall is the UK’s biggest future headache, but it’s not the only one. Spending on other parts of our key national infrastructure has also been grossly inadequate.
The ‘Three-Day Week’ was a desperate period in UK history. Commercial electricity use was limited. A similar situation could develop over the next few years.
What would happen to the pound in the event of a Brexit? In the foreign exchange market, there's always a winner. In a Brexit, that could be sterling.
The EU referendum debate will run and run. Whether Britain stays or leaves, Britain could prove to be the winner. A Brexit doesn't have to be a disaster.
Crude oil is the most important natural resource in the industrialised world. Yet since mid-June 2014, oil has more than halved in value. So where's the price heading now?...