You’ll struggle to find many good economists that would give any credence to your suggestions, especially considering the printing more money part, which is economically insane.

The UK doesn’t have the same economic situation as the US. You wrote particularly about the deficit and soaring spending, but, in the UK and many other countries, the reverse is true. The UK has relatively stable public finances.

You didn’t actually argue against the last point you referenced, and yet dismissed it anyway, with similar style to the ‘arrogance and hubris’ you accused me of.

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