Maurice Saatchi and Dominic Nutt outline how a well-designed Royal Commission, above party politics and agendas, can bring together a blueprint to safeguard the future of the NHS.Read More
The Coalition is unlikely to achieve its aims of eliminating the current structural deficit by the end of this Parliament or stemming the increase in public debt as a proportion of GDP.
John Redwood MP applies his experience as a constituency MP and a former Minister to look at how our care policies could be modernised.
Richard Epstein, Niall Ferguson, Deepak Lal and John Redwood MP on Milton Friedman.
The Conservative vision of fairness should focus on backing the underdog – people who work hard to compete on merit, overcome vested interests and succeed against the odds, writes Dominic Raab MP.
Howard Flight calls for two amendments to be made to the Financial Services Bill.
Michael Johnson demonstrates why the financial services industry is widely, and justifiably, distrusted and puts forward recommendations for reform of the pensions industry.
James Conway and Michael O’Connor explain how Target2 is the mechanism which ensures that there is neither a 'German' Euro nor a 'Greek' Euro but simply a Euro.
Michael Johnson demonstrates why the financial services industry is distrusted and puts forward recommendations for reform of the pensions industry.
Tim Morgan argues that an ideological vision is essential if public support is to be secured for the major reforms needed for economic revival.
Andrew Tyrie on: Why Greece is probably better off out of the Eurozone, how the IMF is the only organisation who can ensure an orderly withdrawal and how the IMF’s credibility is now on the line.
A statistical paper outlining the case that economies with small governments tend to grow faster than those with big governments.
Jesse Norman argues the case for replacing PFI with a new model of public sector procurement.
John Chown argues the case against the introduction of a Financial Transactions Tax at any level in the EU.
The consensus view of the 1930s as a universally destitute time is a myth, writes George Trefgarne.
In the lead-up to the 2012 Budget, Ryan Bourne and Tim Knox set out the policies they'd adopt for wealth and job creation.