We need a system that will protect savers and the taxpayer without undermining the free markets on which Britain’s prosperity depends.
The free market right could and should be leading the charge against the subversion of the capitalist system.
“It’s not my money, it’s your money, this is the money of people who have worked hard and saved hard.”
Scott Sumner, who delivered the annual Adam Smith Lecture this week, believes that central banks should move on from inflation targeting and on to total spending.
We are determined not to repeat the mistakes of the past; of allowing bubbles to build up and burst, putting the stability of the economy at risk.
Ultra low interest rates aren’t just bad for savers
A return to higher interest rates is imperative for fiscal prudence and for Britain to live within its means.
He should give a clear signal in the Budget that they will come when progress has been made on reducing the deficit.
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