Ben is a third year undergraduate at the University of Bristol, studying Economics and Politics. He is particularly interested in how economic policies and ideas affect different groups in society. Ben's economic opinions are reinforced by a firmly political outlook, and a strong interest in current affairs.
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The price of watching football in the UK has been the topic of much discussion in the press recently, with many questioning why fans are being forced to spend so much money to watch their teams play. It has been clear for a long time that many supporters are being priced out of buying tickets, […]
After increasing concerns about potential deflation in the Eurozone, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have urged the European Central Bank (ECB) to consider the remarkable move of setting nominal interest rates below zero percent.
In September of this year, the people of Scotland will turn up in number to decide if their nation should become a wholly independent country. Perhaps the biggest among many questions around the prospect of independence is that of the currency.