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13/06/2013 - Andrew Lilico on the real problem in Europe

Andrew Lilico of Europe Economics aims to put to bed misconceptions about the problems in the continent as he took the stage at Citywire Scotland in Turnberry.

05/06/2013 - Why the UK Needs Private Sector Investment

Andrew Lilico, director and principal at Europe Economics and Jonathan Portes, director of NIESR, say the U.K. doesn't need any more monetary stimulus and discuss alternative ways to boost the economy.

05/05/2013 - Analyst Brian Biggs discusses the health of the French banking system and what it means for the Eurozone economy

Analyst Brian Biggs discusses the health of the French banking system and what it means for the Eurozone economy.  Appearance on BBC Business Edition 06 May-2013.