IEA report features in the Financial Times
Tying ourselves to EU regulations in goods without any say would mean that any new innovative UK company using artificial intelligence or biotechnology to develop life-changing products could find itself facing regulation that makes it uncompetitive to the rest of the world.
If the government follows its present course, it will stifle innovation and stymie economic growth. It would be profoundly dangerous to leave the EU but remain subject to regulations made by institutions in which we have no say, as a forthcoming paper from the Institute of Economic Affairs argues. Brexit can be an opportunity to become a much more competitive economy — not a halfway house that will stifle wealth generation.
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Further IEA reading: No Need To Queue: The Benefits of Free Trade Without Trade Agreements