The British economy has been in a state of decline relative to other industrialised nations for at least the last three decades. This is not a result of a lack of British inventiveness nor of a willingness to work, but is largely because of inept political leadership and an economic system that benefits other nations before Britain.
The National Front would introduce a series of measures based on the principles of economic nationalism to restore Britain’s prosperity. These would include:
The restriction of foreign imports so that the goods in our shops are made in Britain by British workers.
The wealth created by British workers would be invested in the future of this country and not sent abroad.
Speculation via the Stock Exchange would be eliminated. British people encouraged to take direct ownership of their place of work.
Weighty taxation would be reduced by savings in government expenditure, particularly in these areas:
Payments to Europe
Propping up a burgeoning race relations industry