Professor Patrick Minford responds to the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget

Nov 22, 2017

What was missing in the Budget today was any detail on how Britain’s economic policy can and must change when we leave the EU to a lighter touch, lower tax, lower spending economic model that offers a clean break from the high regulation, high tax, high spend approach of the EU – Patrick Minford

Brexit to bring £65 billion Budget bonanza of tax cuts and spending rises

Nov 12, 2017

In a key intervention just a week before the Chancellor delivers his 2017 Budget, Economists for Free Trade will unveil their ‘Budget for Brexit’ report, which says that quitting the EU will reinvigorate the British economy, creating a flood of extra revenue for the Exchequer that can be used to cut taxes, boost state spending and slash the national debt.

Professor Patrick Minford responds to the Prime Minister’s Florence speech

Sep 22, 2017

We are extremely disappointed that the Prime Minister seems to have committed to a vague transitional period of ‘around two years’ at this early stage in the negotiations – Patrick Minford

Professor David Paton: Boris is right. Brexit does mean taking full control of £350 million a week

Sep 18, 2017

Sir David’s letter is simply wrong and presumably will need to be retracted…the £350m figure is actually an underestimate of our gross payments when we leave.

Britain’s poorest families will be the biggest winners from Brexit

Sep 03, 2017

Britain’s poorest families will be the biggest gainers from Brexit, according to a new report from a team of leading economists and businessmen from across the political spectrum.

Brexit will break the EU’s shackles on the British economy, say 16 leading economists

Aug 24, 2017

Sixteen senior economists have today said that a clean Brexit will enable Britain to break free from the EU’s shackles and “destructive policies” that have held back the British economy.

Brexit could boost UK economy by £135 billion, say top economists

Aug 14, 2017

Brexit could boost the UK economy by as much as £135 billion a year, according to a comprehensive new report by a team of leading economists who argue that it is time to abandon the gloomy forecasts of Project Fear and embrace Project Prosperity.

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