Matthew Sinclair

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Matthew Sinclair is head of economics at Westbourne Communications.

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Like it or not, the result was clear. Leave won by about the same margin as Barack Obama over Mitt Romney at the last US presidential [...]

29 June
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June 24. The Brexit referendum result is in the books. Everyone wakes up dazed and wonders “what next?” [...]

7 June
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In an early classic, before he became known for mind-bending blockbusters like Inception and Interstellar, Christopher Nolan [...]

13 April
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Angela Merkel was cast as the heroine of the refugee crisis last year, bravely throwing open Germany’s borders to desperate [...]

11 March
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The debate over whether or not the UK will be able to negotiate a free trade deal with the EU following a vote for Brexit tends [...]

17 February
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New research by Europe Economics has put the potential of the Sharing Economy at up to £572bn a year in savings across the EU [...]

5 February
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You don’t have to support Jeremy Corbyn, nor agree with his views on a range of subjects, to recognise his election would make [...]

19 August
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The UK’s energy sector used to do quite a good job of delivering affordable and reliable energy. Politicians then made a number [...]

28 October
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POLITICIANS and activists are celebrating the news that Siemens is prepared to invest £160m in facilities in and around Hull [...]

25 March

FOR THE first time since before the financial crisis, the chancellor of the Exchequer was able to stand up and announce some [...]

6 December

THERE is some controversy over whether David Cameron actually told his team they need to “get rid of all the green c**p”. [...]

22 November

IN HIS speech to the Conservative Party conference yesterday, David Cameron told the audience that the government’s great project [...]

3 October

ED MILIBAND made two big new pledges in his speech yesterday: lower business rates for small businesses, paid for by higher corporation [...]

25 September