Instead of embarking on viable no-deal planning, Chancellor Philip Hammond wishes to make no-deal sound like “a terrifying act of national self-harm”, writes Fraser Nelson in The Telegraph, 8 March 2019.
Fraser, who sits on the Board of the Centre for Policy Studies, highlights missed opportunities to make the case for strong no-deal planning but writes it is not too late. Today the Centre for Policy Studies publishes ‘A Budget for No Deal’ which sets out how to stabilise and energise the economy in the event of no-deal.
Click here to read the full piece on The Telegraph website.
Date Added: Friday 8th March 2019