Corbyn’s Wrong on Tax and we must oppose his Corporation Tax plans post-Brexit

Here is the link to an article which I wrote for the Student Voices website in July. The article explains why Corbyn's proposed tax policies are completely impractical and unrealistic and why and how they would actually be counter-productive and would reduce both the total tax revenue and the percentage of it which is paid by… Continue reading Corbyn’s Wrong on Tax and we must oppose his Corporation Tax plans post-Brexit

Miliband’s Second Referendum idea is Bananas

Here is the hyperlink to an article entitled "Miliband's second referendum idea's bananas" which I have just written for the "Comment Central" website which has been shared by "Conservatives for Liberty", "Get Britain Out", the "Libertarian Party UK", "Parliament Street" and 788 others. I have reproduced the text of the article below: Former Foreign Secretary and… Continue reading Miliband’s Second Referendum idea is Bananas

Should we unilaterally cut WTO tariffs if there is no Brexit deal?

Readers may recall a blog post I wrote earlier entitled "No Brexit Deal is Better than a Bad Deal". This explained why it must be declared frequently, loudly and boldy that "no [Brexit] deal is better than a bad deal" and why the EU would be unwise and unlikely to refuse to offer us a deal.… Continue reading Should we unilaterally cut WTO tariffs if there is no Brexit deal?

A Quick UK-EU Free Trade Deal is possible

Here is the link to my article entitled "A quick UK-EU free trade deal is possible" for the the "Comment Central" website, which has been listed by "Guido Fawkes", re-blogged by "The Conservative Online", retweeted by Conservative MEP David Campbell-Bannerman and shared by "Brexit Central", "The Bruges Group", "Conservatives for Liberty", the "Libertarian Party UK", "Parliament… Continue reading A Quick UK-EU Free Trade Deal is possible

The Myths of an Emergency Brake and of an EEA Transition

I thought that Theresa May's Lancaster House speech in January, her letter to the President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, invoking Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon and the Government's Brexit White Paper had once and for all nipped the idea of continued single/internal market/European Economic Area (EEA) membership after Brexit in the… Continue reading The Myths of an Emergency Brake and of an EEA Transition