Brexit opportunities aren’t just for The City
Harrison Griffiths writes in CapX
Sam Collins quoted in The Express
Responding to the so-called ‘Edinburgh Reforms’, Sam commented:
“The 44-day Truss Administration has been blamed by Rishi Sunak and his Chancellor for many of the economic problems Britain now faces. But in one area, they have taken on board Truss’s small-state, low-regulation philosophy and are running with it.”
Sam did, however, warn that Brexit opportunities outside of The City were still being squandered, saying:
“Prioritising economic growth to make Britain a richer and more successful country, as Truss attempted to do, was a worthy ambition. The tragedy is not that our financial services sector will find itself in a race to the bottom, but rather that as financial institutions in the City reap the rewards of buccaneering free-market reforms, elsewhere the UK economy will continue to languish. In the rest of our economy, Brexit opportunities will remain untapped.”
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