Today’s stories from and about the CPS, as well as some of the most interesting articles seen online chosen by @LewisCPS.
- Head of Economic Research Ryan Bourne blogs on the latest set of public sector spending figures – ‘Public sector finances for September 2011’ http://tiny.cc/sks8n
- Michael Johnson comments on compulsory pension enrolment – ‘Compulsion would be 'political suicide'’ (Money Marketing) http://tiny.cc/875bi
- Emma Boon of the Taxpayers’ Alliance writes for City AM on merging income tax and National Insurance and quotes CPS research on marginal tax rates – ‘Merging national insurance with income tax will boost transparency and cut costs’ http://tiny.cc/5gyj8
- Peter Oborne, author of CPS publication Guilty Men, writes for The Telegraph on the future of Libya after the killing of Gaddafi – ‘With Gaddafi gone, who will run the new Libya?’http://tiny.cc/givlg
- What your payslip should tell you (Matthew Elliott for Mail Online) http://tiny.cc/7fig6
- Let us speak for the people and pull back from Europe (Dominic Raab MP for The Times, £)http://tiny.cc/jqwn1
- Tory MPs Face a Weekend of Soul Searching - IDS Leaning on Dave (Order Order)http://tiny.cc/y9vi2
- The Greek Crisis in a Single Chart (Alex Massie for The Spectator) http://tiny.cc/o8e5t
- After Gaddafi: Now we must take down Assad and Ahmadinejad (The Commentator)http://tiny.cc/xhaqk
- Gang culture must be stopped early, says Iain Duncan Smith (The Guardian) http://tiny.cc/cqsid
- November elections in the DRC matter: to its citizens, to European taxpayers, and to democracy in Africa. (Nirj Deva MEP for The Commentator) http://tiny.cc/d5jq5
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