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  • Helping addicts quit - letter in today's Telegraph

    SIR – We represent leading voluntary and private sector abstinence-based rehabilitation centres in England. We were concerned by the revelations in Kathy Gyngell’s report, published by the Centre for Policy Studies, Breaking the Habit: why the state should stop dealing drugs and start doing rehab
  • CPS NEWS UPDATE: 24th June 2011

    NEW PUBLICATION Breaking the Habit: Why the state should stop dealing drugs and start doing rehab by Kathy Gyngell
  • New report: Breaking the Habit

    In this Centre for Policy Studies report, leading drugs analyst Kathy Gyngell shows
  • Ed Balls economic policy speech: A response from Ryan Bourne

    “Today’s speech by Ed Balls shows that the Labour Party still does not have a credible plan to alleviate the country’s structural deficit.
  • News Bulletin, 10th June 2011

    NEW PUBLICATION“The decline in Britain's competitiveness – recently flagged up by the Centre for Policy Studies – long predates the crash, but if it is to be reversed, there needs to be a game-changing package of supply side measures to liberate the economy.” Daily Telegraph leader.
  • Taxes hinder recovery

    Centre for Policy Studies Acting Director Tim Knox and board member Niall Ferguson were amongst the signatories to a letter to the Daily Telegraph today criticising the 6th June letter signed by 50 academics.

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