Kristian Niemietz quoted in The Daily Mail
“In 1979, Margaret Thatcher inherited a tetchy, bankrupt and demoralised nation. Eleven years later, she left it confident, wealthy and free. Now Jeremy Corbyn promises to unleash a revolution every bit as transformative. Putting him in No 10, he says, would be ‘a once-in-a-generation chance for a real change of direction’ that would be ‘on the scale of 1979’.”
“As Kristian Niemietz of the Institute of Economic Affairs puts it, leaving the single market while keeping the customs union is ‘like throwing away the burger and eating the napkin’.”
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