Matthew Elliott

Taxpayers Alliance

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Head of the Taxpayers Alliance, a center-right advocacy organization for lower government spending in the UK, and author of The Great European Rip-Off: How the Corrupt, Wasteful EU is Taking Control of Our Lives; former researcher at the European Union's Convention on the Future of Europe

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