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Tony Lodge: Why we need real competition on our railways

Tony Lodge: Why we need real competition on our railways

Date added: Thursday 18th December 2014

CPS Research Fellow Tony Lodge wrote for Conservative Home on rail comeptition, Thursday 18 December 2014. ...

Saudi and the Oil Price Drop: it’s about Russia just as much as shale

Saudi and the Oil Price Drop: it’s about Russia just as much as shale

Date added: Monday 15th December 2014

Neil Barnett suggests that Saudi Arabia is just as interested in undermining the Russian economy as it is in deterring future investment of shale in the US....

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Press Release: "Tyrie & Peto: Why A UK Inquiry Into Extraordinary Rendition Is Needed Now"

Date added: Friday 12th December 2014

Andrew Tyrie MP and Tony Peto QC call for a thorough inquiry to establish the extent of the UK’s involvement in extraordinary rendition....

Could the Eurozone soon see a wave of anti-austerity rebellion? (City A.M.)

Could the Eurozone soon see a wave of anti-austerity rebellion? (City A.M.)

Date added: Thursday 11th December 2014

CPS Head of Economic Research Adam Memon participated in a debate feature in City A.M. on "Could the Eurozone soon see a wave of anti-austerity rebellion?"....

US Senate report expected to detail use of “enhanced” interrogation techniques

US Senate report expected to detail use of “enhanced” interrogation techniques

Date added: Tuesday 9th December 2014

A US report into “enhanced” interrogation techniques could be made public, as highlighted by Andrew Tyrie MP & Anthony Peto QC’s CPS pamphlet....

Daily Mail quote Nobel Prize Winner, CPS on state spending

Daily Mail quote Nobel Prize Winner, CPS on state spending

Date added: Monday 8th December 2014

The CPS response to the Autumn Statement was referenced in a Daily Mail article on Sir Christopher Pissarides' comments. ...

Public spending moment of truth is here (The Scotsman)

Public spending moment of truth is here (The Scotsman)

Date added: Monday 8th December 2014

The CPS response to the Autumn Statement was referenced in a comment article by Bill Jamieson for The Scotsman. ...

Adam Memon on BBC Radio 5 Live Drive

Adam Memon on BBC Radio 5 Live Drive

Date added: Friday 5th December 2014

Head of Economic Research Adam Memon on BBC Radio 5 Live debating government spending cuts to come after the Chancellor's Autumn Statement....

Autumn Statement Reaction

Autumn Statement Reaction

Date added: Wednesday 3rd December 2014

Autumn Statement Reaction: Jam Tomorrow...

Tackling the skills gap is only way to future prosperity

Tackling the skills gap is only way to future prosperity

Date added: Wednesday 3rd December 2014

Head of Economic Research Adam Memon wrote for The Yorkshire Post on tackling skills ahead of the Autumn Statement....

Adam Memon on BBC Radio 4 The World This Weekend

Adam Memon on BBC Radio 4 The World This Weekend

Date added: Tuesday 2nd December 2014

Head of Economic Research Adam Memon discussed government spending and the state on BBC Radio 4's The World This Weekend....

Is Osborne’s failure to tackle the deficit a cause for concern? (City A.M.)

Is Osborne’s failure to tackle the deficit a cause for concern? (City A.M.)

Date added: Monday 24th November 2014

Head of Economic Research Adam Memon wrote for City A.M....

Now women in their 30s earning more than men (Daily Mail)

Now women in their 30s earning more than men (Daily Mail)

Date added: Thursday 20th November 2014

CPS Head of Economic Research Adam Memon was quoted by the Daily Mail on the closing of the gender pay gap....

Why predictions of rapid real wage growth are likely to be proved wrong

Why predictions of rapid real wage growth are likely to be proved wrong

Date added: Wednesday 19th November 2014

Head of Economic Research Adam Memon wrote on real wage growth and the Bank of England for City A.M....

Is real wage growth here to stay? (City A.M.)

Is real wage growth here to stay? (City A.M.)

Date added: Friday 14th November 2014

In a City A.M. debate on whether real wage growth is here to stay, Head of Economic Research Adam Memon argued it is not. ...

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