There are many issues the British public could have a say on. Matthew Lynn proposes five topics that should be put to a public vote.
Articles written by Matthew Lynn
The majority owner of Canary Wharf may be getting out at just the right time if it decides to sell, says Matthew Lynn.
Catalonia is going to have to make a decision on its future sooner or later. That could lead to unrest in the eurozone, says Matthew Lynn.
There are better ways to develop the north than throwing money at expensive high-speed rail links, says Matthew Lynn.
The success of Ukip could hit the profits of some companies in the future, says Matthew Lynn.
Robots in the workplace won’t cause mass unemployment. On the contrary, says Matthew Lynn – they’ll create whole new industries.
The opportunity for fracking to transform some of Britain’s poorest areas is too good to pass up, says Matthew Lynn.
Companies that are too aggressive on prices are leaving themselves open to attack, says Matthew Lynn.
Ignore warnings European firms will flee if Britain leaves the European Union, says Matthew Lynn – it’s happening already.
Instead of blocking internet-driven innovation, the European Union should be encouraging it, says Matthew Lynn.