Cost to economy of lockdown could be “price worth paying”
Julian Jessop featured in The Sun
Julian Jessop quoted by Reuters UK
Julian Jessop quoted by The Times
Responding to the Prime Minister’s announcement of new national lockdown, IEA Economics Fellow Julian Jessop estimated that the cost to the UK economy could be 10 percent of GDP, or £18 billion every month.
Quoted by The Times, Julian Jessop added that “on balance this could be a price worth paying” to prevent tens of thousands of premature deaths and the NHS being overwhelmed.
Read the full article here.