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News Archive for June 2014

29/06/2014 - What Juncker's EU nomination means for the UK

Dr Andrew Lilico appears on CNBC to discuss the nomination of Jean-Claude Juncker for the position of Commission President by EU leaders and what this means for the U.K.  

29/06/2014 - How much of what we have do we actually own?

Dr Andrew Lilico discusses property  in an article for the Telegraph.

26/06/2014 - Non-Euro zone EU doesn't have a future

Dr Andrew Lilico discusses the future of the European Union on Bloomberg TV.

05/06/2014 - ECB easing must damage growth eventually: Let's hope we're not there yet

Dr Andrew Lilico is commenting on the ECB's recent decision to cut interest rates to 0.15 per cent and says that being too loose must damage growth, eventually.

05/06/2014 - Shadow Monetary Policy Committee votes five/four to raise Bank Rate by 1⁄4% in June

In its poll closing Wednesday 28th May, the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) Shadow Monetary Policy Committee (SMPC) recommended by five votes to four that Bank Rate should be raised 1⁄4% on June 5th, including four votes for a rise of 1⁄2%.