Financial-market economist and policy advisor Tim Congdon proposes the privatization of the Bank of England and the continuation of the bank’s current roles of issuing fiat money at its own discretion and enforcing Parliament’s legal restrictions on commercial banks. To make sense of this combination it may help to know that Congdon believes that discretionary monetary policy and regulatory rule making by central bankers are consistent with the rule of law.

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