"Michael Johnson of the Centre for Policy Studies is a formidable figure with a distinguished track record in grasping the major issues facing the UK’s pension sector. He has highlighted the extent of unsustainable public sector scheme funding", writes David Davison who shares his own view on the UK's pension sector in The Scotsman
OUR objective is to improve the quality of railway services by creating many new opportunities for private sector involvement. This will mean more competition, greater efficiency and a wider choice of services more closely tailored to what customers want.
HIGH fares, overcrowded trains, a franchise process in disarray. Now 20 years after privatisation, the then transport secretary John MacGregor’s ambitions to deliver greater competition, efficiency, and a better service by creating new opportunities for the private sector seem to have been betrayed says Tim Knox.
A new report from the Centre for Policy Studies sets out how rail privatisation can work better than it has thus far in terms of rising government subsidy and large fare increases. Lewis James Brown of the CPS .