Supply-side reforms are sound, but the government needs to cut the jargon
Christopher Snowdon write for Spiked!
Emily Carver writes in Conservative Home
Highlighting the need to relate pro-growth reforms to peoples’ everyday lives, Emily wrote:
“It’s all well and good standing up and saying you want “growth, growth, growth”, but if you can’t explain the ‘why’ and ‘what for’, let alone ‘how’, you’re facing a losing battle. GDP means very little to people. Wages and prices mean a whole lot more.”
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