His second objection is that the switch to V/SM would involve disruption. Well Milton Friedman (a supporter of V/SM) said the disruption would be minimal. But in any case, if something has long term benefits, it is worth doing even if it involves temporary disruption. Assuming (big assumption of course) Brexit brings long term benefits to the UK, then the disruption caused by it will eventually pay off.
The title of Warner’s article is “Nationalising money is an odd way to fix markets”.
Perhaps Warner and Pettifor could get together and sort that one out......:-)