Tinkering with Taxes Won’t Save Britain

Once again over at City Journal, our favorite doctor comments on the British government’s decision to cut taxes instead of dealing with the deeper problems facing the country.

Beyond the correct rate of taxation, however, lie the much deeper problems of the country. For years, regardless of who was in power, government policy has been to import cheap unskilled or semi-skilled labor, while paying large numbers of people to remain economically inactive, in the process placing great strain on housing and public services through overpopulation.

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