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Subpage(s)The Observer/Editor


Employees on Wikispooks

Peter BeaumontEditor1989
Richard LöwenthalJournalist19481958Cover job?
Donald TyermanDeputy Editor19431944


Documents sourced from The Observer

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Brexit is the villain in accidental death of the economyArticleBoris Johnson
Bank of England
Keir Starmer
Rishi Sunak
6 August 2023William KeeganThe Brexit miscreants who conned the nation just carry on shamelessly, while their replacements, Rishi Sunak and co, take up the banner and Keir Starmer, once a noble remainer, offends his natural followers by ruling out rejoining the EU or even the single market.
Document:High-stakes fight for one tree comes to an autumnal crunchArticleAllianz
Paul Powlesland
Marcus Decker
Just Stop Oil
Haringey Tree Protectors
Innovation Group
Haringey Council
19 November 2023Tim Adams"If insurers are allowed to succeed here it will threaten many thousands of trees across the country", says barrister Paul Powlesland. "The fact is we all have a stake in Haringey's Oakfield plane – as long as it still stands."
Document:Sunak likes the single market. So why doesn't Labour?ArticleKeir Starmer
Rishi Sunak
EU single market
EU customs union
Northern Ireland Protocol
Windsor Framework
5 March 2023William Keegan"I had many criticisms of Thatcherism and its impact on unemployment and social harmony, but one thing Margaret Thatcher got right was the importance of the EU single market and attracting Japanese, German and other firms to the UK. All this is now up for grabs by Starmer and his team."
Document:With Brexit, the UK has achieved the gold standard of self-harmArticleBrexit
Gold standard
12 June 2022William KeeganEvents in the foreign exchange market forced the UK off the gold standard in 1931, under what was by then the National Government. The Labour politician Sidney Webb famously declared afterwards: “Nobody told us we could do that.” Brexit, too, is reversible.
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