Mark Littlewood writes for The Times Business
In his article Mark argues that even if the Brexit and international trade secretaries fail to make a deal with the European Union, we should not consider that this would amount to any sort of existential threat to the British economy. Trade agreements between different bureaucracies and administrations are a lubricant in generating economic growth, they are not the engine of it. The UK’s overall economic and trade performance in the years and decades ahead will largely depend on our willingness to embrace a dynamic, light-touch, low-tax economic model at home.
Read Mark’s full article here. (££)