Freed from EU regulations, argues Barnabas Reynolds, Britain will lead the world in financial services post-Brexit, replacing passporting with either Expanded Equivalence or a Financial Centre model.
Britain’s goals for Brexit should be unilateral free trade under the WTO, access to the single market and free trade with the rest of the world. Lifting...
In How to Leave the EU - Legal and Trade Priorities for the New Britain, Martin Howe QC, proposes when and how Article 50 should be invoked...
The Treasury’s breach of political neutrality in the EU referendum campaign struck many as ill advised. Far worse, however, is its breach of economic fundamentals.
Leading economist calls time on the EU project. If it continues, the European economy will never flourish, says Roger Bootle Publication: Wednesday 1 June PDF: The EU:...
Brexit puts in Britain’s grasp a truly global future, says Nigel Lawson in Politeia’s next publication
‘The British Bill of Rights: Protecting Freedom Under the Law’, by Jonathan Fisher December 2015 Press Release
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‘Zero Plus: The Principles of EU Renegotiation’, by Martin Howe QC July 2014 Press Release