John Penrose MP, a member of the Institute for Prosperity Advisory Board, argues that our manufacturing industry has fallen behind other nations because we do not invest enough and therefore we cannot compete with our rivals.
Our founder John Mills argues against tax increases and instead offers up an alternative route out of the coronavirus crisis.
The hit to the UK economy and the public finances from the pandemic and the persistent weakness of both investment and productivity have underlined the importance of finding policies that promote growth. Could engineering a substantial fall in the exchange rate be part of the solution?
In this latest piece, John Mills argues that the only way to secure a brighter economic future from Coronavirus is by creating the conditions for manufacturers to thrive and compete, just like we did in 1932.