Jack Tagholm-Child

January 27, 2018

NHS envy of the world? Give me a break

We need to overcome our national delusion that the NHS is a hallowed institution devoid of failings, requiring only a mere constant drip of billions of pounds with which to satisfy its insatiable appetite, argues Jack Tagholm-Child.
December 20, 2017

The detriment of today’s ‘information age’

The information age is truly upon us, but as Adam Smith identified, the existence of this insurmountable quantity of information is not without its downsides, argues Jack Tagholm-Child.
December 6, 2017

There’s no turning back now

There’s no turning back, explains Jack Tagholm-Child. Were the UK to do an about turn on its EU departure, far from a return to the status quo, it would see the UK subject to significantly less favourable terms that we previously enjoyed.
November 3, 2017

Different forms of a ‘No Deal’

The dichotomy between a ‘Deal’ and a ‘No Deal’ outcome from Brexit negotiations is a false one. A ‘No Deal’ can come in a multitude of different shapes and sizes many of which are satisfactory to the UK, says Jack Tagholm-Child.
October 4, 2017

Philip Hammond: Big on critique, small on vision

Once we Get Britain Out of the EU, we need a visionary and optimistic Government. Philip Hammond is currently one of the Cabinet’s biggest drains on these two key traits, says Jack Tagholm-Child.
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