Vincent de Rivaz, CEO of EDF, said 'we know and trust our Chinese partners', referring to China General Nuclear Power, joint investor in Hinckley Point C. Photograph: Eamonn McCabe for the Guardian.
The message from the meetings in Jackson Hole was clear: there is no winding the clock back to the pre-crisis world of central banking as officials seek ways of improving their monetary weaponry.
Britain's house prices are going to fall by 1% in 2017 as Britain's economy will suffer due to the nation voting for a Brexit, according to Countrywide.
He stoked controversy in May after saying he could not make the 'remotest sense' of pensions - despite being the chief economist of the Bank of England.
A new tax is needed to ensure the UK has a properly funded health and social care system, doctor and ex-Conservative health minister Dan Poulter has said.