Archive | July, 2016

How UK Woodlands will benefit from being outside the EU

This blog argues that UK Woodlands may benefit from the UK leaving the EU if tree diseases can be stopped with better import control. It considers the position of Norway, which although a member of EEA does not participate in the Common Agricultural Policy and has greater control over the tree stock in Norway than applies […]

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Opportunities for UK fiscal policy outside the EU

  One of the issues to deal with after the UK referendum vote is that many people went very long in doom and gloom and are now having to short their positions considerably. There will be volatility going forward but we need a sober analysis of both the risks (and we’ve had plenty of that) […]

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