Are the UK’s political polls wrong, again?

The UK has been to the polls three times in the past three years, and all produced surprise results – in part because the dominant media narrative was shaped by polling that turned out to be off-beam.

In the last few months opinion polls have suggested that the Tories and Labour are neck and neck, with much media chatter about why Labour is failing to capitalise on the torrid time their opponents are experiencing at Westminster.

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The UK has been to the polls three times in the past three years, and all produced surprise results – in part because the dominant media narrative was shaped by polling that turned out to be off-beam.

In the last few months opinion polls have suggested that the Tories and Labour are neck and neck, with much media chatter about why Labour is failing to capitalise on the torrid time their opponents are experiencing at Westminster.

Continue reading: Are the UK’s political polls wrong, again?

Guest post: The Petro and the Assignat

In this guest post, Tony Yates compares Venezuela’s initial coin offering to the creation of assignats during the early stages of the French Revolution.
Continue reading: Guest post: The Petro and the Assignat

In this guest post, Tony Yates compares Venezuela's initial coin offering to the creation of assignats during the early stages of the French Revolution.

Continue reading: Guest post: The Petro and the Assignat