Building Support for Brexit

Today, I’ve written a column for The Daily Telegraph looking ahead to next week when the Prime Minister, Theresa May, will officially trigger Article 50 – on 29 March. In my view, while taking a resolute approach, we also need to listen to reasonable critics, as part of the process of galvanising broader support – […]

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Foreign Policy and Moral Red Lines

Yesterday, I wrote a column for The Sunday Times making the case for my proposed Magnitsky Amendment to the Criminal Finances Bill. The proposal, backed in Parliament by MPs from eight different political parties, would target those involved in profiting from serious human rights abuses, so they can’t launder their blood money through British banks, properties […]

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Capitalism for the Little Guy

Today I published a paper with the Free Enterprise Group called ‘Capitalism for the Little Guy — JAMs today’, published by the Institute for Economic Affairs. The paper looks at four markets that we all use everyday, but which are gummed up, and are failing consumers. I lay out some proposals to boost competition, and […]

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