Britain has been demoted to the category of "mostly free" countries in the latest edition of the Heritage Foundation/IEA Index of Economic Freedom
As reported in the Telegraph Britain has continued to slide down the league falling from fifth to tenth place over the last two years. It has been overtaken by Canada, Chile, Switzerland, Australia, and the United States and now joins most of the other EU countries in the “mostly free” categories.
High-tax Britain booted from club of ‘free’ economies
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