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    Today’s stories from and about the CPS, as well as some of the most interesting articles seen online

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    • Today the CPS released its report ‘Growth, Growth, Growth: New ideas for growth and prosperity in the 21st century’ by Harriett Baldwin, Karen Bradley, Charlie Elphicke, Chris Heaton-Harris, Jo Johnson and Claire Perry, all MPs from the new intake
    • Continuing the article series around the release with Con Home, Harriett Baldwin has written for the website – ‘Welfare could be localised and extra children shouldn't always mean more benefits’ http://tiny.cc/xnrvu
    • The BBC also covered Harriett’s article – ‘Cap child tax credit after four children, says MP’ http://tiny.cc/jq6le
    • Director Tim Knox was quoted in a Telegraph article on MOD advisers – ‘MoD has spent nearly £600m of equipment budget on outside consultants and advisers’ http://tiny.cc/f70ov
    • CPS Founder Margaret Thatcher has been voted the leader most likely to ‘knock Britain into shape’ by an overwhelming 60% of those who took part in the Money Saving Expert poll – ‘Margaret Thatcher voted leader to 'knock Britain into shape'’ http://tiny.cc/byzjc

    Top Links

    • Refusing EU referendum 'risks more riots' (Politics.co.uk) http://tiny.cc/6j5cz
    • Eurozone debt web: Who owes what to whom? (BBC News) http://tiny.cc/c8z7o
    • Parliamentary Labour Party Coordinating Union Obfuscation (Order Order) http://tiny.cc/2sdl3
    • More additions to the GMB squad (Digital Politico) http://tiny.cc/l7zcg
    • Ken Livingstone on Tony Blair and New Labour: 'Go and bring a private prosecution against him for war crimes' (Dan Hodges, The Telegraph) http://tiny.cc/7i119
    • Like Ed, we should all be friends of Israel (Paul Richards, Progress) http://tiny.cc/idjx6
    • What does the ‘carbon floor price’ mean? More emissions and fewer jobs (Matthew Sinclair, The Spectator) http://tiny.cc/1oj36
    • Europe’s new fascists are closet liberals (Timothy Stanley, The Commentator) http://tiny.cc/9e30u
    • How can teachers show their 'commitment' to 'the vitally important job they do' by going on strike? (Toby Young, The Telegraph) http://tiny.cc/wx3uo
    • America’s $15 Trillion Nightmare (Heritage) http://tiny.cc/rttl1
    • Nick Pickles: Far too many surveillance powers are exercised beyond scrutiny and without accountability (Conservative Home) http://tiny.cc/e8fjp 
    • Tim Farron: Labour 'utterly dishonest' about state of economy (The Guardian) http://tiny.cc/hknnk

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    Date added: Friday 18th November 2011