Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Post Brexit Budget

This morning on the Today programme we were told about the fact that both George Osborne and Alastair Darling agree that a post Brexit budget would involve tax rises and public spending cuts. This must be right in so far … Continue reading

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Post Brexit EU fiscal policy

Hugo Dixon warns the EU against going for ‘more Europe’, and in particular fiscal union, if the UK votes to Leave, on the grounds that doing so would provoke a populist backlash.Looser fiscal policy is desirable instead, he writes. However, … Continue reading

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