Month: July 2016

Brexit: sorry unions fear flexibility

The left and the unions are concerned. Brexit will force a reconsideration of the EU rules and regulations that are not written into UK law, as they would [...]

Obama has shown us the real reason why Trump is dangerous

After last week’s Republican convention, it is now clear that Donald Trump will be the Republican candidate for president of the United States. Trump is [...]

Six things wrong with government regulation

Government regulation, it is popular to think, is necessary to prevent greedy capitalists from exploiting the ignorance of consumers by cutting corners and [...]

New PM, more of the same

Theresa May is set to be our next Prime Minister, and after Brexit there is a real opportunity for a new agenda, one our new leader hasn’t wasted any time in [...]

Brexit, Osborne and the BoE: inconvenient rules and convenient excuses

George Osborne, the Chancellor, had staked his reputation on returning the UK economy to health after the financial crisis. In doing so he imposed several [...]

Try serving the people, not the institution

The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, expressed the view of the EU elite when he said that there is no ‘single market a la carte’ available [...]