Housing and 2015: the Liberal Democrats set out their stall

It’s been a busy couple of weeks, politically speaking.  The European elections delivered a shock to the established order as Eurosceptic parties of both the right and the left saw their vote share rocket.  A by-election in Newark came and went, though this time without the UKIP upset that some predicted.  And the Queen travelled down the Mall in her brand new carriage to deliver a speech which was either “busy and radical”, or offered “no change, Read more

World Cup 2014 predictions: does housing hold all the answers?

With the World Cup getting under way today, there’s a good chance you’re currently mulling over the dozens of office sweepstakes, prediction competitions and fantasy leagues that friends and colleagues have spent the last few weeks filling your inbox with.

If you’re anything like me, you’re currently still staring blankly at these. You’ll be wondering with increasing bewilderment how to war game it all out, and make sense of where to put your money.

So what is the best guide … Read more