We received fifty creditable submissions, and I’m delighted to present the three we liked best of all. But if you have a big idea, I want to hear from you.
Posts by Matthew Elliott
Matthew Elliot is a Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute, Editor-at-Large of Brexit Central, and is the former Chief Executive Officer of Vote Leave.Follow @
We would like to hear from people under the age of 35 with an exciting idea or contribution to policy debate.
Far from trying to re-fight the battles of 2016 and perpetuate Leave-Remain divisions, most voters are now keen to embrace Britain’s post-EU future.
To avoid dangerous ambiguity, we need a clear idea of what change would be required to make staying ‘In’ acceptable. Here’s ours.
Voters must be presented with a genuine, informed choice when they are finally given a chance to vote on Britain’s relationship with Europe.
People on the Candidates List have should be encouraged to serve the community by applying for these roles.
We should defend it in the same way the Germans protect their car industry and the French their agriculture.
The Labour leader claims his new referendum “lock” is in the interests of business. The facts suggest otherwise.
Matthew Elliott: The Balance of Competences review is unbalanced – and here’s how it can be put right.
It’s time for new brains, new thinking – and for the new generation of Tory MPs to rescue this discredited exercise.
A group of historians has written a letter challenging the claims and assumptions made from Brussels.
Former ConservativeHome co-editor Jonathan Isaby is taking over as the Chief Executive of the Taxpayers’ Alliance
British Influence need to say now whether they will help Britain’s wealth creators fight for treaty change and a trading relationship with Brussels.
The ‘Cut EU Red Tape’ report by a panel of business people makes a useful start to meeting the challenge. And we’ve also published our own research today.
The only result of Adam Afriyie’s and Nick Clegg’s interventions is likely to be further delays and complications.