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.
A new report by James Sproule, former senior business adviser to Boris Johnson in Downing Street, argues that the key to making the UK a champion for global entrepreneurship - and making the vision of Global Britain a reality - is to position the UK to support a new generation of start-ups around the world.
Our new report shows that technology and digital platforms have been crucial in boosting the performance and productivity of businesses. However, it warns that Britain is still not making the most of this opportunity – not least because of a failure to understand the full economic impact of the digital revolution.
‘Going for Growth’, which will form the heart of the Centre for Policy Studies’ work going forward, will focus on how to unleash Britain’s economic potential and spread ownership and opportunity - in areas including tax, business, regulation and housing policy.
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.