Major new report by Sajid Javid MP and Centre for Policy Studies sets out a vision for economic recovery after the pandemic. ‘After the Virus’ is the first detailed post-crisis blueprint for how to renew growth across every part of the UK.
The Centre for Policy Studies has developed an emergency plan to support the sector. ‘Help to Build’ would help all developers to weather the storm, ensure continuing housing supply while saving smaller and medium sized developers from ruin and having to make hardworking employees redundant.
New Centre for Policy studies research finds that the direct and indirect cost of the coronavirus crisis to Government could hit roughly £300 billion this year, the equivalent of double the UK health budget.
The Centre for Policy Studies has published a pre-Budget briefing outlining the priority areas that Rishi Sunak, the new Chancellor, should address in order to boost growth and allow hard-working people to keep more of their earnings.
The Conservative Party manifesto argued for the creation of a new market in long-term fixed rate mortgages. A new Centre for Policy Studies report by Graham Edwards, ‘Resentful Renters’, explains precisely why such a market is so necessary.
When the Conservative Party’s 2019 election manifesto was published, it was a proud moment for the Centre for Policy Studies. It confirmed that the CPS – seen by Conservative MPs as the country’s most influential think tank, according to ComRes polling – is playing a vital role in shaping the debate.