Lunch Round-up - 21/05

So far today

Further reading

City’s troubles aren’t over despite stock market’s resurgence - Allister Heath, editor at City A.M.

Why government aid programmes aren’t the best way to end poverty - Christopher J. Coyne, F.A. Harper professor of economics at George Mason University, and the author of Doing Bad by Doing Good: Why Humanitarian Action Fails

The Tories must not forget the economic principles that win them elections - Ryan Bourne, head of economic research at the Centre for Policy Studies

Cutting education spending doesn’t need to hit results - Kimberley Trewhitt, senior researcher at the independent think tank Reform

Risk appears to have died a quiet death - Louisa Bojesen, anchor of CNBC’s European Closing Bell