Protectionism, Mercantilism, and the Denial of Consumer Sovereignty.
Josh Lauson Ascough
No subject could be more controversial to discuss in the UK more than reforming; or abolishing the NHS. The NHS has existed for over 70 years, and over that time the British people have insisted in telling themselves that, they have ‘the best healthcare system’, and that the NHS is ‘the envy of the world’.
The only problem is…none of this is even close to being true.
The UK economy has suffered a heavy hit from governments imposing lockdowns; causing many businesses to go bust, people left unemployed, productivity immobilised, and living standards at a low. It is time for a tax reform.
The liberty movement has often struggled with trying to convince people to embrace freedom, liberty and individuality; to create a beautiful world where people are free to pursue personal happiness and embrace the personal responsibility that comes with it.