Op-ed published in the Yorkshire Post criticizing monetary measures that discourage saving, especially as more baby-boomers reach their 50s and 60s and will need money to live on in future.
Feature article published in the Daily Express arguing that the Bank of England’s policy of punishing savers and encouraging them to spend their capital is dangerously short-sighted.
Press Release criticizing Bank of England Deputy Governor, Charlie Bean, who suggested that monetary policy was deliberately trying to get savers to spend their money, ignoring dangers for pensions and long-term economic stability in an ageing population.
Ros’ letter published in The Times newspaper, recommending Government loans to small businesses, rather than letting bankers hold borrowers and savers to ransom.
Ros wrote a blog for the Daily Telegraph website, explaining her views on house prices and economic policy.
Press Release following Coalition Government’s emergency budget, outlining the implications for savings and pensions policy.
Comment piece published in the Guardian outlining why Ros believes it is right to cut public spending immediately, rather than waiting. Here is a link to the article on Guardian website http://tinyurl.com/23wpp5o.
Letter written to FT (not published) critiquing Gordon Brown’s economic policies.
Press Release pointing out the inadequacies of the Budget, with spending still rising despite the debt and deficit mounting.
Ros recorded a Gabcast for Interactive Investor website, expressing her views on the UK Budget and the irresponsibility of continued public spending increases.