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    1. May 22, 2015

      HS2 will be the first step in providing robust links to the north

      ...London 2012 Olympics or Crossrail). Mr Paxman’s comment that he “lives some 10 miles from the proposed line” hardly helps his defence against nimbyism. Oliver Budd Civil engineer, Parsons Brinckerhoff London EC2, UK

    2. May 15, 2015

      Folly of a £50bn HS2 project must hit the buffers

      ...connectivity, not just costs / From Anthony Quayle HS2 will be the first step in providing robust links to the north / From Oliver Budd The key ingredient is about connectivity across the UK / From Lord Rooker Upgrading rail network will boost productivity / From...Jeremy Paxman

    3. May 13, 2015

      Gabrieli Consort and Players, Wigmore Hall, London — review

      ...rewarding, Welcome, welcome, glorious morn, with its major key certainty and pealing trumpets, the most uplifting. Tenor Jeremy Budd performed marvels of high-wire singing in his near-countertenor solos. Anna Dennis and Nicholas Mulroy also excelled. McCreesh...Richard Fairman

    1. April 10, 2015

      Profile: Caryl Churchill

      ...nationaltheatre.org.uk; ‘The Skriker’, Manchester International Festival, July 1-18, mif.co.uk; ‘A Number’, Young Vic, London, July 4-August 8, youngvic.org Photographs: Jonty Wilde; John Haynes; Marc Brenner; Richard BuddSarah Hemming

    2. April 3, 2015

      Money well spent on print format

      ...spent. News organisations must find a way to convince the reading public that spending an equivalent amount to read news and commentary on a smartphone or tablet computer is both reasonable and worthwhile. Alistair Budd London W8, UK

    3. January 9, 2015

      Globalised game requires big financial commitment

      ...supporters today is the financial commitment required in order to support our respective clubs. The costs of attending a match in the English Premier League are prohibitive for all but the most resolute of supporters. Alistair Budd London W8, UK

    4. January 1, 2015

      Annual FT economists’ survey: Political risk is back on the worry list

      ...2015, very important to 2016 and 2017 — especially if there is a difference on the Brexit EU referendum issue. Sir Alan Budd, former MPC member Hardly at all. there could be significant longer-term...Emily Cadman and Chris Giles

    5. January 1, 2015

      Annual FT economists’ survey: UK growth forecast to continue

      ...the most upbeat since before the financial crisis. Sir Alan Budd, former government chief economic adviser, said economic expansion...drawing in their horns to reduce their debt levels. Sir Alan Budd, former MPC member Yes, between 2 and 3 per cent. It will...Chris Giles and Emily Cadman

    6. January 1, 2015

      Annual FT economists’ survey: UK unemployment forecast to fall

      ...employed are better utilised, the economy will be below full employment. Wages will not go up very quickly either. Sir Alan Budd, former MPC member Full employment is around 5.5 per cent. It will be reached during the year. Andrew Hilton, Centre for...Chris Giles and Emily Cadman

    7. January 1, 2015

      Annual FT economists’ survey: EU referendum would damage economy

      ...particularly for business investment and for exports, and that impact will only increase until the referendum takes place. Sir Alan Budd, former MPC member Calling a referendum would depress demand and output. Andrew Hilton, Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation...Emily Cadman and Chris Giles

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