Chris Leslie is Labour MP for Nottingham East, former shadow chancellor and a member of the international trade select committee.
We’ve taken it for granted that goods and services don’t attract import VAT at the border.
Taxes are about to dry up.
MPs need to put aside their differences and work in the national interest.
All this proposal does is shift the cliff edge for businesses back from 2019 to 2021.
There is a reason self-employed workers are treated differently.
Rising prices and lost markets are hard to ignore.
The new Chancellor should set out an investment plan in a "Summer Statement".
The UK doesn't need to vote Leave to address concerns - practical solutions are already emerging.
George Osborne's next budget may be a zombie one, warns Chris Leslie.
Far from U-Turning, Osborne has simply changed the way he hits the working poor.