Economic Bulletin

Scotland: Could it become Greece without the sun?

Scottish independence would entail significant economic risk. The budget deficit is over three times higher than the UK average as a % of GDP.

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Lecture

eutopia – romantic and right

Lord Saatchi sets out a bold alternative to the two dismal options of Remain and Leave

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Report

The Great Overtake

The medium-term demographic prospects for many EU Member States are bleak. Daniel Mahoney reveals that the UK will emerge relatively unscathed and will thrive whether In or Out.

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Economic Bulletin

No End to the Greek Tragedy

Greece’s latest round of fiscal consolidation will hamper economic growth. Unless a package of targeted reforms that is aimed at improving competitiveness comes forward, the Greek economy will be destroyed. 

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Report

A Convergence of Interests

Britain must build more houses. Last year, only 136,000 homes were completed in England. But 250,000 new homes a year are required if the Government is to meet its targets of 1 million new homes by 2020.

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What of DB, in a TEE World?

he UK pensions and savings arena must be simplified in order to secure Britain’s long term savings future, writes CPS research fellow Michael Johnson. 

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