Ranking the economics journalists.


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news outlook

Anthony Hilton, London Evening Standard: simply the best - no question.

Sam Brittan, FT: not far behind.

David Smith, Sunday Times: great writer, read him every week, but he tends
to go on a bit about interest rates, and in particular why they should be
lower, lower, lower.

Larry Elliott, Guardian: also simply the best (can I have more than one?)

William Keegan, Observer: crashing bore, nothing to say takes too many words
to say it. Rerirement beckons.

Hamish McRae and Jeremy Warner, Independent: excellent writers, but Warner
is way too right-wing for my taste and should transfer to ............

Daily Telegraph: don't know who they have these days, but it should be
Jeremy Warner.

Any more contenders?

WM
 
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Daytona

Anthony Hilton, London Evening Standard: simply the best - no question.

Sam Brittan, FT: not far behind.

David Smith, Sunday Times: great writer, read him every week, but he tends
to go on a bit about interest rates, and in particular why they should be
lower, lower, lower.

Larry Elliott, Guardian: also simply the best (can I have more than one?)

William Keegan, Observer: crashing bore, nothing to say takes too many words
to say it. Rerirement beckons.

Hamish McRae and Jeremy Warner, Independent: excellent writers, but Warner
is way too right-wing for my taste and should transfer to ............

Daily Telegraph: don't know who they have these days, but it should be
Jeremy Warner.

Any more contenders?
What childish descriptions.
 

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