There are "far more ideas aired that involve the state spending more, and too few that involve spending less", writes Robert Colvile in The Times, Wednesday 27 June 2018.
To remedy that, the Centre for Policy Studies is launched a savings competition asking MPs and others to come up with ideas to save the taxpayer money "to help us fund the things voters want". The competition has the backing of Liz Truss, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, and the CPS will hold a series of seminars to discuss the ideas beforing presenting them at Conservative Party Conference in the autumn.
Click here to read Robert's full piece in The Times.
Click here to read the press release regarding the competition.