Nigel Farage is back in the news for his usual antics: exposing the government’s hypocrisy in controversial ways. But if the government had used the pandemic’s lockdown laws to shut down a journalist or a politician, would there have been more outrage? If not, what possible accountability can there be for a government declaring such an emergency?

Would you invest in a UK oil or gas well if the government took your profit but left you with any losses?

Has the UK government scared off companies that want to invest in the UK? And will it change its mind in the upcoming budget?

Find out the answers, from Nigel Farage…

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Nick Hubble
Editor, Fortune & Freedom

PS The UK market has certainly had an interesting few weeks… to say the least. Four record highs in the last four weeks for the FTSE 100 is nothing to sneeze at. My colleague Eoin Treacy hast just released a free four-part masterclass to show our readers how they could make the most of it. You should take a look, here.