London’s housing crisis has united left and right in solidarity. And as I explained yesterday, most sensible people agree that it’s principally a problem of restricted supply. But while the housing crisis steals the headlines, an adjacent crisis has so far slipped below the radar: the commercial property crisis. These crises are two sides of… Read more
Contributor: Philip Salter
Philip is the Director of The Entrepreneurs Network. The Entrepreneurs Network, TEN, is a think tank designed to bring entrepreneurs to the forefront of political discourse and help make Britain the best place in the world to start and grow a business. They are independent, non-profit and non-partisan.
Recent posts by Philip Salter
On 5 May, Londoners will vote on who should replace Boris Johnson as Mayor of London. As happens in elections, the candidates are playing their opponents instead of their policies, but once the winner is chosen he (and it will be a “he” because Sadiq Khan and Zac Goldsmith are the only likely winners) will… Read more
Born, as we all are, onto a planet spinning at around 1,040 mph, it’s no surprise that we’re all seeking a little certainty in this world. This is true from straightest of laced civil servant to the most daring entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs may be better than most at tolerating uncertainty, but they’re rarely the free-wheeling adventurers… Read more