Rather than price caps and nationalisations, there is a chance to help consumers with tax cuts and regulatory reform.
Posts Tagged: Matthew Sinclair
Those making the economic case already faced an uphill struggle – now their argument is “contaminated by association”.
Former ConservativeHome co-editor Jonathan Isaby is taking over as the Chief Executive of the Taxpayers’ Alliance
The results could be remarkable: savings for taxpayers; opportunities for the unemployed; and a benefits system that people can trust again.
Matthew Sinclair is Director of The TaxPayers' Alliance. Follow Matthew on Twitter. When I was reading Stephan Shakespeare’s fascinating recent article… Read more »
Matt Sinclair: Tax reform without tax cuts is a political disaster; tax cuts without reform a missed opportunity
Matthew Sinclair is Director of The TaxPayers' Alliance. Follow Matthew on Twitter. This is the third of three blogs on today's… Read more »
Matt Sinclair: A Family Transferable Allowance would cut the couples penalty and let families keep their own money
Matthew Sinclair is Director of The TaxPayers' Alliance. This is the second in a series of articles based on the TPA's 2020… Read more »
By Matthew Sinclair Over the weekend, the major UNFCCC COP17 in Durban concluded. Climate economist Richard Tol has set out… Read more »
Andrew Lilico argues that the decision to uprate pensions in line with CPI instead of RPI constitutes seizing the property… Read more »
By Matthew Sinclair I worry that Mohammed Amin has fallen into a common trap with his article about how Israel treats… Read more »
Earlier this week, over five hundred workers at the Lynemouth aluminium smelter found out that they were losing their jobs…. Read more »
Politicians have often called Fuel Duty a green tax when they are trying to sell hikes but, when pressed, the… Read more »
By Matthew Sinclair of The TaxPayers' Alliance. The process of really opening up the public sector started under Labour with… Read more »
Matthew Sinclair: If NHS standards were the same as our European peers’, nearly 12,000 fewer people would die each year
By Matthew Sinclair Jill Kirby makes a powerful point this morning when she says that as "today's report from the… Read more »
Today my new book Let them eat carbon is out. It looks at the incredible cost of failing climate change… Read more »