Governments lie; bankers lie; even auditors sometimes lie: gold tells the truth.— William Rees-Mogg
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The United States may have retained more of the intellectual imprint of the British 18th century than Britain itself.
John Prescott has made the government look greedy and ridiculous.
Labour is seen as the corrupt party. The government has been fulfilling the old rule that oppositions do not win elections, governments lose them.
War on the cheap is always a rotten policy.
The Treasury model of the economy has been pretty well wrong on everything for many years
Lord Rees-Mogg argues that the time for reconciliation in Tibet is passing with the looming departure of its spiritual leader.