Moore to the Point – Passing the Baton – RedState

Moore to the Point – Passing the Baton – RedState

The opinions expressed by contributors are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of RedState.com. While serving as Missouri’s Attorney General, Eric Schmitt pursued some key litigation, pushing back on COVID tyranny and some of the worst of the Biden administration’s agenda items and joining forces with Louisiana AG Jeff Landry to push…

King Charles laughs with Rishi Sunak and kisses Stella McCartney at Buckingham Palace COP27 summit 

King Charles laughs with Rishi Sunak and kisses Stella McCartney at Buckingham Palace COP27 summit 

King Charles III enjoyed a hilarious moment with Stella McCartney and the Prime Minister today as he hosted a Buckingham Palace reception for business figures ahead of the Cop27 summit. The monarch welcomed more than 200 guests to his central London royal residence including Rishi Sunak who this week reversed his decision to skip the UN…

Bank of England Governor says Liz Truss’s mini-budget left Britain ‘hours’ from financial meltdown

Bank of England Governor says Liz Truss’s mini-budget left Britain ‘hours’ from financial meltdown

The Governor of the Bank of England said the UK needs to ‘rebuild its reputation’ after Liz Truss’s mini-budget left Britain just ‘hours’ from economic meltdown. Andrew Bailey said the Bank of England was forced to intervene after September’s mini-budget, which caused the pound to hit an all-time low. His comments came just hours after…

Interest rates may rise even HIGHER than expected next month

Interest rates may rise even HIGHER than expected next month

The governor of the Bank of England has suggested interest rates will have to rise higher than previously anticipated in order to cope with inflation. Andrew Bailey said he ‘would not hesitate’ to increase interest rates in order to meet the inflation target of the central bank, he told a meeting of the International Monetary…

Pound stays stable as Asian markets open after currency nosedived TWICE yesterday

Pound stays stable as Asian markets open after currency nosedived TWICE yesterday

The Pound has remained stable as Asian markets have opened after twice nosediving yesterday – as Tory backbenchers blame Liz Truss’ mini-Budget after a shock poll found Labour is surging over the Conservatives. Experts have warned that the Bank of England may be forced into hiking interest rates within the next two days after failing to calm…

UK recession: Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey denies he was ‘asleep at the wheel’

UK recession: Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey denies he was ‘asleep at the wheel’

Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey today denied claims he had failed in his job and vowed not to quit for at least six more years after he was accused of being ‘asleep at the wheel’ as Britain careers towards a year-plus recession. Amid calls to resign and severe pressure from Tory leadership frontrunner Liz Truss after he…

HENRY DEEDES watches Bank of England chief Andrew Bailey’s appearance before MPs

HENRY DEEDES watches Bank of England chief Andrew Bailey’s appearance before MPs

The Bank of England’s spin doctors will probably claim that their governor, Andrew Bailey, came out swinging yesterday. But that would be wishful thinking. Bailey is no barroom brawler. He prefers to tackle opponents in a more donnish way: A cocked eyebrow here, a delicately disguised put-down there. Anyone who thinks this is a polite…