Andrew Neil is a publisher and broadcaster working out of London, New York, Dubai, and the south of France. He is chairman and editor in chief of Press Holdings Media Group, publishers of The Spectator, Spectator Business, and Apollo.
The common assumption that bank rescue plans have come too late to stop a serious global recession... MORE
A right-wing Republican administration is about to insert the state into the US banking system to... MORE
The British plan to salvage its banks is far better than Washington's. MORE
A small bank in a small country—but so was the bank that triggered the Great Crash of 1929.... MORE
The Europeans were so busy blaming America for the credit crisis, they forgot they were in deep... MORE