On this day in 1912, Milton Friedman was born. He was one of the most influential, if not the most influential, economists of the 20th Century. My favourite quote of his is, "Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself."
When the cat's away, the mice will play. That more or less sums up what some are saying about Philip Hammond's intervention last week. Liam Fox, the International Trade Secretary is having none of it, and has insisted the Cabinet has not agreed a deal to allow free movement of labour for three years after Brexit.
In an excellent article for the Telegraph over the weekend, Charles Moore argued that we must not let the Remainers fudge Brexit. If we do, it will cost us a good deal. This is something Liam Fox is acutely aware of, as are we at The Freedom Association.
On 23 June last year, we voted for economic freedom; to be released from the shackles of the EU, and to once again forge our way in the world. Unnecessary delays in obtaining that economic freedom will ultimately cost jobs and will be detrimental to the UK's economy.
Tony Blair and Co. don't believe in freedom and democracy. They think that they know better than the rest of us. That is why we have set-up our Stop Blair Campaign.
Have a great rest of the day.