EP. 57 – The Future of Brexit with Blair Gibbs and Shuvaloy Majumdar

Macdonald-Laurier Institute’s Pod Bless Canada · The Future of Brexit with Blair Gibbs and Shuvaloy Majumdar In the latest episode of Pod Bless Canada, MLI Senior Fellow and Foreign Policy Program Director Shuvaloy Majumdar is joined by Blair Gibbs, former advisor to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, to discuss the future of Brexit. As of December… Continue reading EP. 57 – The Future of Brexit with Blair Gibbs and Shuvaloy Majumdar

Britain’s deal with Canada must be the start of something bigger: Blair Gibbs in CAPX

The ‘continuity’ trade deal agreed in principle today with Canada will mean that at the end of the Brexit transition on December 31 there will be no additional barriers to trade with one of Britain’s closest partners, writes Blair Gibbs in CAPX.  By Blair Gibbs, Nobember 25, 2020 The ‘continuity’ trade deal agreed in principle… Continue reading Britain’s deal with Canada must be the start of something bigger: Blair Gibbs in CAPX

A Tour Around Brexit Britain: Elliot Tepper on CTV News

Prime Minister Theresa May’s third attempt at passing Brexit deal was rejected. Elliot Tepper, MLI Research Advisory Board Member, comments on the most recent Brexit failure. “Yes, [the vote] is getting closer, but there’s clearly no consensus,” Tepper explains. Most voters are in favour of a continuing relationship with the European Union and, if there is… Continue reading A Tour Around Brexit Britain: Elliot Tepper on CTV News

UK Lawmakers Vote Against Brexit: Elliot Tepper on CTV News

The UK has until April 12th to come up with a decision about Brexit. MLI Research Advisory Board Member Elliot Tepper joined CTV News to discuss what’s next as Brexit continues to stall the UK’s Parliament and PM Elizabeth May. Tepper says that “they’ll want to come up with something that Parliament itself says ‘yes,… Continue reading UK Lawmakers Vote Against Brexit: Elliot Tepper on CTV News

The UK’s experience with fiscal reform: MLI paper by Daniel Mahoney

Politics in the United Kingdom is currently focused on a debate between so-called “austerity” and public investment. The past seven years or so provide a case study on the economic and social effects of spending and deficit reductions. Yet, as noted by Daniel Mahoney, the doomsday scenario described by critics of the government’s fiscal policy… Continue reading The UK’s experience with fiscal reform: MLI paper by Daniel Mahoney

Response to the Financial Crisis in the United Kingdom: Foreword by Graham Brady

Graham Brady makes the case of deficit reduction and sound public finances, based on the UK’s recent experience. I have read this essay collection – including the excellent essay by the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) economist Daniel Mahoney on Britain’s ongoing battle with its budgetary deficit – with great interest. The lessons from across… Continue reading Response to the Financial Crisis in the United Kingdom: Foreword by Graham Brady