Category Archives: Economics

  1. Explaining Tony Blair’s immigration proposals

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    September 14, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    The ad hominem attacks were quick in coming, but the political and economic arguments were much slower to arrive. Former …
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  2. Explaining the Brexit negotiation impasse

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    September 4, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    You would be forgiven for thinking there is an impregnable impasse in the negotiations between Britain and the EU over …
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  3. If they want to ‘win’, Remainers will need to be patient

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    September 1, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    As you may know, there is a strong and well-supported movement to reverse the EU referendum result. In one sense …
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  4. A view from Iowa on why people voted for Trump

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    August 17, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    The problem with refusing to listen to messages or engage in debates on issues that make us feel uncomfortable is …
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  5. The real Brexit Debate: Fairness between Consumers and Producers

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    August 10, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    Since the Brexit vote, there has been a lot of talk about effect of immigration controls on our public services …
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  6. Free trade: Why who gets the losses and gains makes it hard to defend

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    August 3, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    During his inauguration speech, Donald Trump made the case for instituting protectionist measures against free trade by claiming that ‘protection …
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  7. Should we tie our own hands behind our back on free trade?

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    July 31, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    Pro-Brexit politicians and activists will constantly invoke the benefits of lifting our eyes to distant horizons, of heading out into …
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