The proposed changes to the tuition fees system could lead to higher write-offs and a financial time bomb for taxpayers, concludes a new report by Michael Johnson.Read More
Tessa Keswick argues for a radical reform in the recent Conservative Party attitude to women in the report, 'Second Amongst Equals.'
In this paper, Nevil Johnson seeks to look again at the peculiar challenges that the evolution of the EU presents to a nation like Britain which remains for the most part doubtful about the onward march to ‘ever closer union.
In this paper, Briain Hindley examines the implications of the EU Treaty of Nice.
In this paper, Christopher Booker examines the implications of the Treaty of Nice.
Member of the Number 10 Policy Unit from 1995 - 1997, Sean Williams looks at the current education system and recommends ways in which the leadership of schools can have the freedom and authority to run them as they like best, while also remaining accountable to the public.
Economics Consultant Keith Marsden compares and contrasts the benefits of the North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and members of the European Monetray Union (Euroland) in the report, Towards "A Treaty of Commerce".
In this paper, Michael Gove re-examines the 'peace process' in Northen Ireland.
In this paper, Andrew Tyrie MP outlines how Parliament could be strengthened to more effectively hold the executive to account.
Since the 1970s, there has been a substantial growth in arrangements set up to look after pupils identified as having Special Educational Needs (or “SEN”). This has been accompanied by a rising tide of superficially persuasive rhetoric – emanating from a large special needs lobby and speaking a language which is often ambiguous but which gives the appearance of being compassionate.
In this paper, the authors explore the regulatory framework put forward by Labour for the financial services industry.
Former Head of the Policy Unit in 10 Downing Street during 1982-3, Ferdinand Mount delivers the Sir Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture on a new agenda for the home government.
In this paper, Keith Marsden examines Tony Blair's decision to increase real terms health funding by 5 per cent per year.
To celebrate 25 years of the CPS, board member Matthew d'Ancona examines the legacy of the think-tank and its breadth of output.
Tessa Keswick, Rosemary Pockley and Angela Guillaume discuss the role of women in today's Conservative Party, and how the leadership must act now in order to win back the women's vote in Conservative Women.