The Tax Take: Brian Keegan

It was the case that what happened in Britain would happen here – but not now

22nd January, 2017

Following Theresa May’s Brexit announcement last Tuesday, there’s been plenty of heat and noise. Much of this focuses on proposed restrictions on the movement of people and the implications for business of Britain’s departure from the Customs Union. That is, of course, as it should be.

Modesty forbids me from pointing out that all this stuff was predicted here last week. It’s possible by reading the tea leaves of...

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