A new report by the Centre for Policy Studies looks at the effects of the measure introduced by the Chancellor in response to the pandemic, and finds that after an initial sharp decline in sales between April-June 2020, the number of transactions increased by nearly 140% by the end of Q4 – the highest level since before the global financial crisis in 2007/8.
The Rt Hon Jake Berry MP, Chair of the Northern Research Group of MPs, and Nick King, CPS Research Fellow and former Government advisor, call on the Prime Minister to mirror the radicalism of Thatcher’s Big Bang in the 80s, and reward the voters who lent him their vote and contributed to the Conservative majority in 2019.
The Centre for Policy Studies has set out nine practical ideas for savings or asset sales which would deliver £30 billion a year to the Treasury without impacting frontline services or the coronavirus response.
UK comes 22nd out of 36 OECD countries in 2020 International Tax Competitiveness Index, published by the US-based Tax Foundation. New analysis shows tax rises reportedly being considered by Treasury would make international position far worse.
In an interview with The Daily Telegraph today, the Prime Minister stressed his commitment to helping 'Generation Buy' via long-term fixed-rate mortgages - a Conservative manifesto proposal inspired by the Centre for Policy Studies's landmark report 'Resentful Renters'
The Centre for Policy Studies, the leading centre-right think tank, welcomes the announcement of the Chancellor's Winter Economy Plan and urge him to rule out damaging tax rises on business and embrace pro-growth, pro-enterprise stimulus measures.
As the Government prepares to unveil its long-awaited plan for social care, a new report by the Centre for Policy Studies, the leading centre-right think tank, weighs up the three leading options for social care reform, ranking them by cost, political feasibility and impact on supply.