windmiller wrote:https://brexitcentral.com/treasury-bank ... us-brexit/ one of many but I don't want to insult you too much with the truth
So... economic analyses that the author doesn't agree with are propaganda. Even though pro-Brexit economists are largely in agreement with the analysis (see the links I posted above).
Numerous economists have said Brexit will be costly for the economy. Some Brexiters have said that it's a price worth paying. Others are shouting 'Propaganda!'.
Some folks will always do that sort of thing. There is not evidence in that article that the civil service are either taking any stance, nor publishing propaganda.
As far as I know, they are publishing economic reports for purposes of planning. But since the author does not include any references or original sources, it is actually impossible to tell what reports or 'propaganda' he is writing about.
If we want to talk about propaganda, how about this, from the author (Professor Patrick Minford, chair of Applied Economics at Cardiff University)
This deceitfulness is bad enough but worse is that their propaganda efforts would lead to terrible economics. My message to Brits is: unlike these self-styled experts, you got this issue right. Yes, you were right to ask for your democracy back, and yes, this is also good for the British economy, contrary to all that Project Fear.
This is an opinion piece, published as analysis, from someone who ought to know better.
“In some ways, it is easier to be a dissident, for then one is without responsibility.”
― Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom