“It is easy to dismiss the failed experiment that was Trussonomics as a brief aberration, a moment when Conservative economics temporarily lost its bearings before Rishi Sunak returned to restore order” [...]
Tim has written for the Financial Times on why the next Prime Minister needs to look beyond Margaret Thatcher and draw on a much broader history of Conservative economic thought as they look to tackle the challenges ahead - and that while pursuing higher growth is essential, using it as an excuse to duck difficult […]
In the aftermath of the Budget and Spending Review, Flint experts provide their analysis of the Chancellor’s statement, talk through its political and economic implications and what this all means to the business community. Flint PartnerKiran Horwich chairs the discussion between Partner Tim Pitt(former Special Adviser to Chancellors Sajid Javid and Philip Hammond) and Specialist PartnerGiles Wilkes (former Business […]
Key points: For the first time Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver a fiscal event no longer dominated by Covid support. The Spending Review and Budget should finally put some flesh on the bones of the government’s core agenda: levelling up and net zero. But the prime minister needs (and wants) to address a range of […]
Tim Pitt, Flint Partner and former adviser to Philip Hammond and Sajid Javid was a guest on last week's Chopper's Politics podcast discussing how the autumn tax and spending choices are shaping up, and why stories about No10 and No11 being at loggerheads are a refreshing sign of the world getting back to normal.