John Mills

An economist, entrepreneur and political commentator, I'm Founder and Chairman of JML, the consumer goods company. I'm also Chairman of Labour Leave & Labour Future, Chairman of the Pound Campaign, and Secretary of the Labour Euro-Safeguards Campaign.

You Have Been Warned!

You Have Been Warned! pamphlet launch event

On Wednesday 29 April, I launched my new pamphlet, 'You Have Have Been Warned: The Problems Facing The West Are Much More Acute That Is Often Realised'. It argues that we may well be heading for a major crisis as a result of a number of potentially overlapping threats materialising.

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Liam Halligan

"I would urge everyone involved in, or even interested in, British economic policy-making to read this pamphlet."
- Liam Halligan, economist and columnist

Bryan Gould

"This pamphlet is a very powerful piece of work which we ignore at our peril."
- Bryan Gould

About the book

For many decades, the West has worked on the assumption that living standards are fundamentally on an upward trajectory. 'You Have Been Warned' challenges this view. Even if nothing goes badly wrong, unless there are major policy changes it argues that GDP per head in most western countries is unlikely to go up significantly, if at all, during the foreseeable future. Worse may be in store, however, as potentially much more damaging outcomes materialise. Stagnation in the Eurozone may be replaced by fragmentation; austerity policies are likely to precipitate recessions rather than deficit reduction; debt, particularly in the public sector, may spiral up to levels which the markets will not tolerate; and the political centre could easily lose control to protest parties incapable of providing coherent and rational government.

The fundamental problem the West faces is its inability to compete with the East on manufacturing and trade. It is the deficits thus created which are at the root of the West’s problems. Unless there are major currency realignments, the West will never hold its own in the world. Should the UK take the lead in ensuring that we, at least, have an exchange rate which can be combined with full employment and a reasonably substantial and sustainable growth rate?

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Brexit Economics

Brexit Economics  by John Mills

We have a major problem in our financial relationship with the EU27. Unless action is taken to deal with it, this challenge will persist regardless of the outcome of the Brexit negotiations.

This pamphlet sets out how we can make the UK economy the powerhouse of Europe again.



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