I'm sure it is, but it wasn't in that programme.
"Durkin argues that to put Britain back on track we need to radically rethink the role of the state, stop politicians spending money in our name and introduce, among other measures, flat taxes to make Britain's economy boom again."
I've come across some daft thinking in my time, but "stop politicians spending money in our name" is right up there in the top ten. The whole idea of our system of government is that politicians are empowered to run our country on our behalf - they are mandated to spend tax revenues in our name. If they are going to be stopped from doing that, what's the point of having a government at all?