Supply-side reform needed to tackle the difficult times ahead
Christopher Snowdon quoted in The Mail on Sunday
Matthew Lesh writes for The Express
Calling on the BoE to recognise their failures and for supply-side reform to limit the consequences, Matthew writes:
“The Bank has dramatically failed to meet their target – two percent annual inflation – and should be held to account.”
“More fundamentally, we need supply-side reform that makes the pie larger. This means addressing the regulatory state, which has hamstrung our economy by preventing it from producing, holding down wages and pushing up costs.”
“Difficult times are coming – but, with the right reforms, they need not be forever.”
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