Monthly Archives: May 2016

Creating a Stink With Tax Havens?

Why is it such a big deal when high profile leaders are discovered to have benefitted from Tax Havens? After all, they have usually done nothing illegal. MP’s expenses, directors’ fees and loans, or questionable material in newspapers, have also generated similar questions, even though the people involved were operating within the rules. The answer is […]

What can we learn from Trump et al?

With all the high profile campaigning in the US and the UK of late, there’s an awful lot of leadership on display. What’s really noticeable is the risks some will take with their credibility (I’m thinking Trump, Johnson and Livingston to name but three), and how on the whole they survive. For some, their outlandish […]