All articles by: John Holden

‘Brexel’: the Brexit election

Published: May 4, 2017
Written by John Holden

“I’m not going to be calling a snap election. I’ve been very clear that I think we need that period of time, that stability, to be able to deal with …

The dismal legacy of David Cameron

Published: April 7, 2017
Written by John Holden

David Cameron tendered his abrupt resignation as Prime Minister on June 24 last year. For many he may now be no more than a memory but his legacy is very …

Boardroom turbulence at Tata Steel

Published: December 17, 2016
Written by John Holden

Following months of great uncertainty, Tata Steel’s announcement that it is committed to securing thousands of jobs at Port Talbot and other sites is extremely welcome. Tata proposals include a …

In pursuit of the Three Scrooges

Published: August 14, 2016
Written by John Holden

John Holden steps into the quagmire of recent business scandals, and offers some suggestions for draining the bog. In recent months there have been widely reported cases of allegedly unseemly …