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Scrap Pensions Tax Relief

Retirement saving incentives are an ineffective, and inequitable, use of Treasury funds. They have failed to catalyse a broad-based savings culture, writes Michael Johnson. 

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Growth Bulletin

Productivity is still the key weakness

The Government should boost productivity through far-reaching tax and regulatory reform, alongside refreshed competition and infrastructure policies and more ambitious education reform. 

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Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture

1922 Committee Chairman Graham Brady MP delivers the 2014 Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture on the connection between freedom, independence, and money. 

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Deploying the Saudi Oil Weapon

The West should target a crucial vulnerability of Russia: its heavy dependency on oil revenue, writes leading security and risk analyst Neil Barnett.

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Not Paved With Gold

Assumptions high government expenditure in some areas is 'investment' and can have a positive impact on GDP growth are challenged by economist Brian Sturgess.

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Environmentalists should favour fracking

Air pollution is a far more pressing problem than the challenges posed by greenhouse warming, writes top physics professor Richard Muller. 

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