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October 31 is approaching rapidly. Chancellor Sajid Javid has announced £2 billion more to “turbocharge” no deal planning. But what are the key economic preparations the government should be making?

Let us think of five key areas: taxes, tariffs, trade deals. spending and regulations. First, taxes. If we leave with no deal there should then be an emergency budget (perhaps announced on November 1). The budget should cut various taxes, on a temporary basis, partly to offset the short-term impacts of no deal and partly to prefigure some longer-term structural changes in taxation to reflect the post-Brexit world.

That could be done by a one-off one-year cut of £10 billion in each of corporation tax,...

October 31 is approaching rapidly. Chancellor Sajid Javid has announced £2 billion more to “turbocharge” no deal planning. But what are the key economic preparations the government should be making?

Let us think of five key areas: taxes, tariffs, trade deals. spending and regulations. First, taxes. If we leave with no deal there should then be an emergency budget (perhaps announced on November 1). The budget should cut various taxes, on a temporary basis, partly to offset the short-term impacts of no deal and partly to prefigure some longer-term structural changes in taxation to reflect the post-Brexit world.

That could be done by a one-off one-year cut of £10 billion in each of corporation tax,...

October 31 is approaching rapidly. Chancellor Sajid Javid has announced £2 billion more to “turbocharge” no deal planning. But what are the key economic preparations the government should be making?

Let us think of five key areas: taxes, tariffs, trade deals. spending and regulations. First, taxes. If we leave with no deal there should then be an emergency budget (perhaps announced on November 1). The budget should cut various taxes, on a temporary basis, partly to offset the short-term impacts of no deal and partly to prefigure some longer-term structural changes in taxation to reflect the post-Brexit world.

That could be done by a one-off one-year cut of £10 billion in each of corporation tax,...

October 31 is approaching rapidly. Chancellor Sajid Javid has announced £2 billion more to “turbocharge” no deal planning. But what are the key economic preparations the government should be making?

Let us think of five key areas: taxes, tariffs, trade deals. spending and regulations. First, taxes. If we leave with no deal there should then be an emergency budget (perhaps announced on November 1). The budget should cut various taxes, on a temporary basis, partly to offset the short-term impacts of no deal and partly to prefigure some longer-term structural changes in taxation to reflect the post-Brexit world.

That could be done by a one-off one-year cut of £10 billion in each of corporation tax,...