The EU referendum is looming, but the terms of the vote remain frustratingly vague. The question is settled: "Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?". That sounds simple enough, but no-one has articulated what "leave" actually means.
Sweden's central bank, cut repurchase rates to -0.5%, but it feels like the wrong medicine. House prices are rocketing, growth is decent and unemployment is low. It feels like sawing off a patient's head to cure their migraine. We think a variable import tax would be a much simpler solution.