Sir James Dyson has argued in the Telegraph that big government’s short-sighted policies mean, “on current trends, the average British family will be poorer than their Polish counterpart by 2030.” After all, if the government imposes poor policies, “In the global economy, companies will simply choose to transfer jobs and invest elsewhere.” Is he right?
Will US President Joe Biden’s new scandal involving classified documents amount to anything? And why is the UK media ignoring it?
Meanwhile, excess deaths are running at a pace to compete with the pandemic. But in each country, the local media blames something different for a surprisingly similar shared problem. Surely the explanation must be something they have in common? What is it?
Find out what Nigel Farage thinks about all this, and more, in this week’s video…
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