In this CBP Policy Forum* paper, John Redwood argues that the government needs to set a clear, distinctive course toward restoring its industrial and agriculture base based on supply-side reforms and have the courage to see it through with the energy, wit and wisdom to communicate its vision to the public.
Such a course should be built around the following three themes:
I. Encouraging more business people to set up and offer new goods and services by creating an attractive environment for business
II. Revamping industrial sector policies in light of the changing business and political environment
III. Capitalising on post-Brexit opportunities
Click here to read the paper.
*The CBP Policy Forum provides a platform for papers authored solely by third-party authors that are typically too large to be published in the mainstream media as Op-Eds. These papers provide a thoughtful commentary that CBP believes should be part of the national debate, even though the views and conclusions of these papers will be those of the authors and some specific points may not necessarily reflect the views of CBP.