Tag Archives: Economics

  1. 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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  2. Why energy price caps will worsen the energy market for consumers


    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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  3. Labour need to cease and desist their self-destructive line of attack on the deficit and debt


    December 5, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    UK budget deficit as % of GDP When you have to rely on the public not understanding Economics to make …
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  4. 5 thoughts about George Osborne’s Autumn Statement/Pre-election bribe

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    December 4, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    1. So, er…apparently there’s an election soon? I say this with a wink because this was essentially a pre-election budget. …
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  5. Gordon Brown’s retirement..Bye Bye Bruiser

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    December 2, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    It has seemed obvious for the last four years, as Gordon Brown slinked into the background, so rarely reappearing in …
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  6. Why has the fall in unemployment led to a FALL in tax receipts?


    October 15, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    In a fascinating article for the Times (click here to read), Ed Conway, the economics editor of Sky News, raises …
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  7. Kansas tax cuts show that the Laffer curve works both ways

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    September 6, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    Being a great fan of seeing economic theory in action, I can’t help revelling in watching what is happening in …
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