Simon Wren-Lewis is Emeritus Professor of Economics and Fellow of Merton College, University of Oxford. He blogs at mainlymacro.
The average household is around £2,000 worse off. But Brexiteer politicians and much of the media are obscuring this truth.
The Labour leader is creating a ready market of alienated voters large enough to deny his party victory at the election.
The British press helped condone austerity. It's now blinding us to the stupidity of Brexit.
Even when BBC journalists know Leavers’ claims are nonsense, most are too frightened to challenge them.
MPs should stop deifying the 2016 vote and back a fair and democratic second referendum.
There is no principled or electoral case for the party to back Leave - Jeremy Corbyn should support a second referendum.
I have never argued that the party’s “numbers did not add up”. But at PMQs, May was happy to misquote me.
A country that stops investing in public infrastructure will find everything it does becomes more difficult.
In 2014, a brighter future outside the rUK was patriotic wishful thinking. Now it is almost a certainty.
Partisan newspapers and TV channels let "politicised truths" pass unchallenged, says Simon Wren-Lewis.