The Sunday Express, 24 September
Children should be taught how to set up their own businesses, according to Margaret Thatcher’s policy guru.
Sir John Redwood called on career advisers to teach young people about the benefits of working for themselves as an alternative to seeking a job with a big employer.
It’s one of a package of measures to promote entrepreneurship backed by the former cabinet minister, who led Lady Thatcher’s Downing Street policy unit.
He said: “We need to encourage more business people to set up and offer new goods and services by creating an attractive environment for business.”
Sir John also called on the Treasury to back free enterprise by cutting corporation tax.
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