Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Should we care about the UK’s “low productivity”?

“Productivity” is the ratio of outputs to inputs used in a production process – that is to say, the output..

By Andrew Lilico

Friday, 5 May 2017

Why can’t we use the existing principles to calculate the Brexit “departure bill”?

In the current furore about the claim the UK will owe the EU tens of billions of euros when we..

By Andrew Lilico

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Electing Corbyn would be a catastrophe on the basis of his economic policies alone

In the General Election campaign, Jeremy Corbyn presents what we’ve become used, in our modern metaphorical age, to describing as..

By Andrew Lilico

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

How to choose our new geopolitical partners

In Douglas Dowell’s piece, Sentiments and statistics: why CANZUK won’t fly, he sets out the proportions of exports to CANZUK..

By Andrew Lilico

Friday, 7 April 2017

Investment boycotts don’t come for free

Consumer and investor power have come to be seen as key drivers of ethical conduct over the past couple of..

By Andrew Lilico

Friday, 31 March 2017

Seven key British perspectives on the Brexit negotiations

The void between how so many foreigners imagine UK will act during the Brexit negotiations and what we here consider..

By Andrew Lilico

Friday, 17 March 2017

What to expect from the Brexit negotiations

We finally now must talk of the Article 50 Act, not the Article 50 Bill. Theresa May has all the..

By Andrew Lilico

Monday, 13 March 2017

Give EU citizens a guarantee now that they can stay in the UK

Later today the Commons will vote on the Lords’ amendments to the Article 50 bill. One of these amendments concerns..

By Andrew Lilico

Thursday, 23 February 2017

Tomorrow’s politics, like yesterday’s, will be a battle between Catholic Collectivists and Whigs

Yesterday I explained that I believe Labour to be a zombie party – already dead, and capable only of threatening unwary folks’..

By Andrew Lilico