Category Archives: Economics

A strange subject to write about for someone who sometimes struggles to add up. However this is economics as it applies to the social and cultural fabric of our lives together.

Today must stop allowing IEA to promote its false claims and lack of economic understanding


Towards the end of the Today programme yesterday Morning at 8.35am, the programme introduced two people to talk about the U turn plans announced by Boris Johnson at the CBI conference to reduce corporation tax cuts to Businesses and release … Continue reading

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This Government needs to offer SME’s real support!


Towards the end of the last Parliament the current MP for Brighton Kemptown asked a question that disclosed his interest in the role of Micro, Small and Medium sized businesses and the answer showed how little concern the current Government … Continue reading

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It appears that the Patel proposal is destined for collapse


This statement from Priti Patel back when she began her role as Home Secretary was followed more recently by a similar aspect for the General Election manifesto pledge which in some senses is simply a follow up to the promises … Continue reading

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Alan Mabbutt and Conservative Campaign HQ need limited terms


This website image was published by Alan Mabbutt on behalf of the Conservative Party from the Conservative Campaign HQ. It is called ‘The Cost of Corbyn’ and it has also been reproduced on facebook including the sum that they claim … Continue reading

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Not everything should be repaired, despite the aspiration to do so


This photo was posted by a contact of mine and so thank you Peter for spotting it. However along with the irony of the bell not having been repaired, the reality is that some things need to be identified as … Continue reading

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Two Sussex MPs make good strong arguments for avoiding an imminent General Election


Because I don’t want to depart from the EU I am partly delighted that the Conservatives broke their latest promise to do so by last Thursday. Given the number of promises they have made since early 2016 to get us … Continue reading

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Lets avoid focusing on GE2019 for the next week


The focus by our media and public and online discussions are now extensively focused on the events due to take place on 12th December. This of course will make sense to the MPs and political parties and the donors to … Continue reading

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