Category Archives: Economics

  1. Why public finances cannot be compared to personal finances

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    May 26, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    Have you ever heard someone compare the public finances to personal finances? Have you ever heard the accusation that Labour …
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  2. Labour debt-pointers are risking their party’s economic credibility again

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    May 21, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    I actually can’t take it anymore. It is economically illiterate and it is self-defeating and it has to stop. It …
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  3. Why energy price caps will worsen the energy market for consumers

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    May 16, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    The energy market is a target for both the mainstream political parties. Both Labour and Conservatives have suggested price caps …
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  4. No ‘Tax lock’ would be sensible economics.

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    April 26, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    Back during preparations for the 2015 General Election, there was a hole in the ‘media grid’ political parties use to …
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  5. The falling pound has been good for British firms. Hasn’t it?

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    April 24, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    The fall of the value of the pound, which has been about 20% against the Dollar and the Euro since …
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  6. It’s #Brexit – so what happens now?

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    June 24, 2016 by Paul Goldsmith

    1. We don’t immediately leave the EU. This is an advisory vote to the government, who choice choose to ignore …
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  7. Why I will be voting #Remain in the #EuRef – a guide for those on the fence

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    June 21, 2016 by Paul Goldsmith

    This blog is quite long but if you stick with it you may find it useful, particularly if you are …
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