The Centre for Policy Studies publishes a collection of essays from bright young thinkers on the centre-right, including Conservative MPs from the 2015 and 2017 intakes, on topics that matter to young people.Read More
Ryan Bourne writes of how Estonia provides a clear case-study of a country which has successfully embraced austerity and seen a return to sustainable economic growth.
A new briefing note published today by the Centre for Policy Studies highlights many of the inherent flaws in proposals for a Mansion Tax.
CGT is a damaging tax, and the current high top rate is likely to be undermining our economic recovery, reveals a new Centre for Policy Studies Pointmaker The case against CGT by Howard Flight and Oliver Latham.
A report by Professor Furedi and Jennie Bristow highlights the high financial and social cost of today's 'culture of litigation' on health and education services.
On each of the three main international surveys of UK competitiveness, the UK has improved its ranking since 2010. This is after a period of significant decline between 1997 and 2010.
The Coalition is unlikely to achieve its aims of eliminating the current structural deficit by the end of this Parliament or stemming the increase in public debt as a proportion of GDP.
John Redwood MP applies his experience as a constituency MP and a former Minister to look at how our care policies could be modernised.
Richard Epstein, Niall Ferguson, Deepak Lal and John Redwood MP on Milton Friedman.
The Conservative vision of fairness should focus on backing the underdog – people who work hard to compete on merit, overcome vested interests and succeed against the odds, writes Dominic Raab MP.
Howard Flight calls for two amendments to be made to the Financial Services Bill.
Michael Johnson demonstrates why the financial services industry is widely, and justifiably, distrusted and puts forward recommendations for reform of the pensions industry.
James Conway and Michael O’Connor explain how Target2 is the mechanism which ensures that there is neither a 'German' Euro nor a 'Greek' Euro but simply a Euro.
Michael Johnson demonstrates why the financial services industry is distrusted and puts forward recommendations for reform of the pensions industry.
Tim Morgan argues that an ideological vision is essential if public support is to be secured for the major reforms needed for economic revival.