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  • People’s QE would be disastrous

    People’s QE would be disastrous

    Aatif Khan | | Economy
    Despite the proletarian name tag, the effects of PQE would lead to irreconcilable damage in U.K monetary policy and price stability. Scarcity is the lynchpin concept of economics, but it’s abolished in the domain of PQE. Richard Murphy, the architect of Corbynomics, plainly admits who pays for the additional investment ...
  • The Green Revolution we need

    The Green Revolution we need

    Adam Memon | | Environment
    This article is taken from the CPS Economic Bulletin. To receive the bulletin to your inbox before it is published online, subscribe here. Vitamin A deficiency causes enormous suffering amongst those afflicted by it with blindness and ultimately death being the final outcomes for many in the developing World. The World Health Organisation ...
  • London needs more than this Night Tube

    London needs more than this Night Tube

    This autumn, despite further delays announced today, we should have our promised Night Tube which will be running on five major lines throughout Friday and Saturday nights. Immediately there should be benefits; TfL’s analysis suggests that the Night Tube will create 1,965 new jobs adding £360m to the economy over ...
  • Corbynomics: A path to penury

    Corbynomics: A path to penury

    Adam Memon | | Economy
    This article is taken from the CPS Economic Bulletin. To receive the bulletin to your inbox before it is published online, subscribe here. The expansion of capitalism and free markets in recent decades has led to incredible economic and social progress; the fastest fall in extreme poverty in human history, rising ...
  • Policy blunders doomed the last mines

    Policy blunders doomed the last mines

    Tony Lodge | | Energy
    The Conservative Energy Secretary, Amber Rudd, has started well. For five years, the Lib Dems had run energy policy inside a Conservative-led coalition. It was a period which saw energy prices double and delivered some of the biggest and most damaging failures in energy policy for a generation.Changes to tackle ...
  • We Need to Build More Houses

    We Need to Build More Houses

    Aatif Khan | | Economy
    A consensus exists amongst all, politicians and public alike, in addressing the urgency of building more homes to cope with the rising need of the population, yet there has been a failure to translate this into credible public policy. Restrictions on land supply and the multi-tranche complexity of the planning ...
  • Drug approval bureaucracy is detrimental to patients

    Drug approval bureaucracy is detrimental to patients

    William Walter | | Healthcare
    The UK’s drug approval process is overly bureaucratic, stifles innovation and hinders patient access to life saving medicine. Reform is needed; Australia is leading the way.The recent announcement that we may have discovered the first effective Alzheimer's treatment to act on the disease process itself, rather than just the symptoms, ...