The Butcher, the Brewer, the Baker... and the Commentator

Spoken Word (talk, political)

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Confused about money? Concerned about the economy? Join editor-in-chief of MoneyWeek and FT columnist Merryn Somerset Webb and/or financial writer and comedian Dominic Frisby as they interview, talk over and argue with a well-known group of economics, politics and finance gurus (with a few comedians chucked in for fun). Got a burning question on anything discussed? Audience participation very welcome.

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FringeReview 5 days ago

The Edinburgh intelligentsia are gathering down at Panmure House, the last home of Adam Smith, curious to hear the views of the panel pulled together by MoneyWeek editor and Financial Times columnist Merryn Somerset Webb on the challenges facing our pre-Brexit battered economy. She’s joined in the surroundings of the...

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