It’s a Mad, Sad World. But Maybe Not. By Angela Caldin

It really is a mad world. That’s the only possible conclusion I can come to. This week in the UK, the prime minister of all people has spoken up in support of the egotist Jeremy Clarkson; Rona Fairhead, a non-executive director of HSBC, has as good as admitted to the Public Accounts Committee that effective governance processes were not in place at the bank, but has not resigned; Ian Duncan Smith continues to extol the virtues of the Universal Credit welfare benefit system while so far only a little over 1% of the… Read More