Liam Halligan

Liam Halligan

Liam Halligan writes his multiple-award winning weekly “Economics Agenda” for The Sunday Telegraph. A panellist on CNN Talk, he has previously worked for The Economist, Financial Times and Channel 4 News.

Liam Halligan writes his multiple-award winning weekly “Economics Agenda” for The Sunday Telegraph. A panellist on CNN Talk, he has previously worked for The Economist, Financial Times and Channel 4 News.

When will we tackle the housing crisis?

BY Liam Halligan / 4 mins

May should set her sights on the crony capitalists

BY Liam Halligan / 8 mins

Time’s up for the Big Four

BY Liam Halligan / 8 mins

The real culprits behind Carillion’s collapse

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

Nomi Prins: The central banking heist has put the world at risk

BY Liam Halligan / 7 mins

Trump’s protectionist swagger is no match for China’s financial muscle

BY Liam Halligan / 4 mins

Why there are still deals to be done in Iran

BY Liam Halligan / 4 mins

Who can rescue the dismal science?

BY Liam Halligan / 4 mins

Home Truths – Part VI: A manifesto to fix the housing market

BY Liam Halligan / 11 mins

Home Truths – Part V: the nonsensical ‘no shortage’ narrative

BY Liam Halligan / 9 mins

Home Truths – Part IV: how ministers made the housing crisis worse

BY Liam Halligan / 17 mins

Home Truths – Part III: The nine drivers of a broken market

BY Liam Halligan / 10 mins

Home Truths – Part II: A place of our own

BY Liam Halligan / 8 mins

Home truths – Part I: The UK housing crisis in six graphs

BY Liam Halligan / 7 mins

Why you can’t rely on the news media to understand… ordinary people

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

Flyover country was celebrated – but also patronised – at the Oscars

BY Liam Halligan / 5 mins

The Syrian conflict shouldn’t be treated as a renewed Cold War

BY Liam Halligan / 5 mins

As China pitches for reserve currency status, the era of US hegemony is ending

BY Liam Halligan / 8 mins

Could a Land Value Tax tame unscrupulous landowners?

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

Capitalism’s richest got richer from central bank responses to 2008’s bust (as well as from the boom before it)

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

The CBI has got it wrong again – of course business wants Brexit

BY Liam Halligan / 8 mins

Carillion – and the politicians and auditors who failed to notice its decline – have again emboldened the enemies of capitalism

BY Liam Halligan / 7 mins

The EU elites survived the Dutch and French elections. Will they survive Italy’s?

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

Producers are too powerful in Britain’s economy and consumers may soon demand change – via the ballot box

BY Liam Halligan / 13 mins

The pension campaigners who took on the system – and won

BY Liam Halligan / 7 mins

Trump’s tax cuts will benefit Republican donors – not Republican voters

BY Liam Halligan / 5 mins

Britain should not fear “no deal” with the EU on trade

BY Liam Halligan / 10 mins

In Mugabe’s fall we also see the fall of the West – and the ascent of China

BY Liam Halligan / 8 mins

Sound as a barrel: Russia is surprisingly insulated from the effects of bottom-dollar oil

BY Liam Halligan / 7 mins

Monetary policy – not skills – is the most critical piece of the productivity puzzle

BY Liam Halligan / 5 mins

Move Fast and Break Things: How a rallying cry became tech’s disturbing ethos

BY Liam Halligan / 5 mins

The crisis in Catalonia doesn’t just threaten the unity of Spain. It also could tear the eurozone apart.

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

Ten years on from the crash, the most important banking reform has still not been enacted

BY Liam Halligan / 11 mins

Richard Thaler wins economics Nobel Prize for treating people as people

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

Forget the P45 stunt, the cough and collapsing stage. Her risible housing policy deserves to end May’s premiership

BY Liam Halligan / 7 mins

Germany’s election result is not so much the cry of the dispossessed as discontent with the EU

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

From Jeremy Corbyn to Bernie Sanders to Elizabeth Warren; what the Left is getting right

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

The day, nearly 25 years ago, when all of Britain was ‘screwed by the Cabinet’

BY Liam Halligan / 4 mins

Soft Brexit is neither possible nor preferable. The UK needs a Clean Brexit

BY Liam Halligan / 7 mins

Outside of the EU, Britain can be a global champion of free trade

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

Rather than too much capitalism, the financial crisis happened because there wasn’t enough

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins

Ida Tarbell – the crusading journalist who humbled Big Oil

BY Liam Halligan / 6 mins