The current enthusiasm for income tax cuts is in danger of getting out of hand.
Posts Tagged: Deficit
It’s time to increase tax thresholds, extend the one per cent cap on public sector pay, and cut welfare spending for better-off people.
Mark Littlewood: Come to the Freedom Festival next month to help build a real “neo-liberal consensus”.
Classical, free market liberals are right – so why don’t we win more battles?
The extent to which EU requirements and directives are now actively damaging our economy and frustrating our ability to put things right is noteworthy.
Addressing productivity levels requires long term policies such as those announced by George Osborne in the Autumn Statement.
Jonathan Algar, Antonia Cox, Nick Faith, Peter Franklin, David Green, Peter Hoskin, Andrea Leadsom MP, Andrew Lilico and Simon Richards assess the Chancellor’s work.
Johnathan Algar, Antonia Cox, Nick Faith, Peter Franklin, David Green, Peter Hoskin, Andrew Lilico, Andrea Leadsom MP and Simon Richards give their views.
“There are going to have to be more difficult decisions” in the Autumn Statement, he reports.
The post-2010 Government will need to take major and radical decisions and actions to get the balance of the UK economy right.
Not only would it be another burden on the taxpayer, it wouldn’t add anything of use to the public debate.
Newsnight’s focus group showed hawkish instincts on welfare spending among the young.
Ed Balls pledges yet more spending – funded with cash he’s already promised to use on ten other things
Watching Ed Balls talk about money being tight is like watching Tiger Woods speak about the importance of marriage. Not content with wrecking the nation’s public finances, his new policy is funded by money he’s already spent ten times over.
Steve Baker MP: Bailouts are a dead end but bilateral debt cancellation could transform the European crisis
Last time the Commons debated financial stability in Europe, I quoted that great French liberal political economist Bastiat; in his essay,… Read more »