Boris Johnson and the Nobel Prize for Economics

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At his party’s annual conference on the 3–6 of October, British prime minister, Boris Johnson, made a very long speech in which he claimed:

“We are not going back to the same old broken model with low wages, low growth, low skills and low productivity, all of it enabled and assisted by uncontrolled immigration.”

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Writing about politics, history, and society. Also at www.tswriting.substack.com, www.tswriting.co, @ts_writing

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