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Margaret Thatcher Lecture 2016 - Rt Hon George Osborne MP

Margaret Thatcher Lecture 2016 - Rt Hon George Osborne MP

Date added: Monday 18th July 2016

Monday 18 July 2016 at the City of London Corporation ...

The demographic decline of the EU: an inflexion point

The demographic decline of the EU: an inflexion point

Date added: Monday 11th July 2016

These data confirm projections made in the CPS report The Great Overtake...

Sky News: Daniel Mahoney on Scotland becoming

Sky News: Daniel Mahoney on Scotland becoming "Greece without the Sun"

Date added: Monday 4th July 2016

Daniel Mahoney discussed the economic bulletin "Scotland: Could it become Greece without the sun?" on Sky News...

Media impact for CPS economic bulletin on Scotland

Media impact for CPS economic bulletin on Scotland

Date added: Sunday 3rd July 2016

"Scotland: Could it become Greece without the sun?"...

Daniel Mahoney for City AM on the future of the British economy

Daniel Mahoney for City AM on the future of the British economy

Date added: Saturday 25th June 2016

Daniel Mahoney wrote for City A.M. on why the future of the UK economy is looking good, at least compared to the EU...

Britain Votes for Brexit: CPS statement

Britain Votes for Brexit: CPS statement

Date added: Friday 24th June 2016

The UK’s exit from the EU must be viewed as an opportunity for reform, but it certainly isn’t a ‘silver bullet’ to the UK’s problems. ...

Lord Saatchi Europe Referendum op-ed in the Daily Telegraph

Lord Saatchi Europe Referendum op-ed in the Daily Telegraph

Date added: Wednesday 15th June 2016

CPS Chairman Lord Saatchi wrote an op-ed for the Daily Telegraph on his vision for the UK to take the lead in Europe, Wednesday 15 June 2016. ...

Full text of Matthew Hancock MPs 2016 Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture

Full text of Matthew Hancock MPs 2016 Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture

Date added: Wednesday 8th June 2016

Full text of the Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture 2016, delivered by Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP...

Press release: Matthew Hancock lecture on how to balance technological disruption

Press release: Matthew Hancock lecture on how to balance technological disruption

Date added: Tuesday 7th June 2016

More e-commerce takes place in the British economy than in any other....

Press Release: Resistance to French government’s labour reform will lead to further trouble for the Eurozone

Press Release: Resistance to French government’s labour reform will lead to further trouble for the Eurozone

Date added: Friday 27th May 2016

The stiff trade union opposition to the French Government’s modest labour reform proposals will lead to significant problems in the Eurozone....

CPS welcomes government plan to improve rail competition

CPS welcomes government plan to improve rail competition

Date added: Thursday 12th May 2016

The ORR announced it has approved applications for new train services travelling on the East Coast Main Line (ECML) between London and Edinburgh....

John Chown CPS report features in The Times

John Chown CPS report features in The Times

Date added: Monday 9th May 2016

The CPS has urged the government to scrap its “flawed” approach to privatising national assets of placing shares with institutions and making public offers...

Daniel Mahoney writes for City A.M. on France's labour laws

Daniel Mahoney writes for City A.M. on France's labour laws

Date added: Friday 29th April 2016

Daniel Mahoney wrote for City A.M. on the strikes in France over proposed reforms to employment rules...

The EU-Turkey deal is working - Daniel Mahoney for CapX

The EU-Turkey deal is working - Daniel Mahoney for CapX

Date added: Thursday 21st April 2016

The EU-Turkey migrant deal appears to be achieving its goal in reducing the number of migrant crossings to Greece...

Tony Lodge: Pulling plug on Brussels will do UK a power of good (Yorkshire Post)

Tony Lodge: Pulling plug on Brussels will do UK a power of good (Yorkshire Post)

Date added: Tuesday 19th April 2016

Tony Lodge wrote for the Yorkshire Post on why the UK leaving the European Union could be a positive for UK energy policy...