Finally, an MT regular in the House of Lords. That doesn't mean our editor is up there dazzling the peers with his shirts - rather that Baroness Kingsmill joins us as a columnist. Her wide experience includes deputy chair of the Competition Commission and advisory roles at RBS and British Aiways.

by Denise Kingsmill


The Barchester Group chairman reviews Alice Schroeder's biography of Warren Buffett. It's a well-executed book, but he fears few will benefit from its lessons. He likens Buffett tackling the markets to Vladimir Ashkenazy playing Chopin. 'You won't match him by flicking through Piano for Dummies.'


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