Richard Koch writes for City AM
In his article Richard argues that Britain is remarkably centralised and there is plenty of wealth but it is unequally distributed geographically. The free market has worked wonders in relieving international poverty and in providing excellent goods and services. But market principles have not been applied to the last redoubt of bureaucracy, which is government itself. The solution is to allow regions and their splendid cities to become self-governing, including having the power to set local tax rates for individuals and firms.
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