Liam Halligan is an economist, author and broadcaster – who also has extensive business experience. He is best known for his weekly ‘Economics Agenda’ column in The Sunday Telegraph – which enjoys a large international following and has been recognised with a highly-coveted British Press Award.
Along with his Telegraph role, Liam features three times a week on CNN-Talk – analysing global political and economic news for an global television audience – while writing regularly for The Spectator and The Sun.
His latest book “Home Truths: How to fix the UK housing market” will be published by Biteback in February 2019. He is also the co-author of “Clean Brexit”, Biteback, 2017 –described by The Times as “highly-influential” and by The Economist as “an attractive vision”.
Liam has been Political Correspondent for The Financial Times, written for The Economist from Moscow and, between 1999 and 2006 was Economics Correspondent at Channel 4 News.
He continues to research, write and present Dispatches documentaries for Channel 4 – his latest was “The Carillion Scandal: How to Lose Seven Billion Pounds”, broadcast in August 2018.
He holds economics degrees from Warwick and Oxford Universities and is a citizen of both the UK and The Republic of Ireland.