The British Government and the EU insist they do not want a "no-deal" Brexit, yet it remains a possibility. That is why we have set out measures the Chancellor should consider in a no-deal scenario.Read More
The election has brought into focus the issue of inter-generational fairness and Labour's solution is abolishing tuition fees. Daniel Mahoney argues that is regressive and benefits wealthy graduates most.
The early response to automatic enrolment has been positive but the government can still do more to encourage saving, especially for the young and the self-employed.
Recent calls to lift the public sector pay cap have been gaining traction but Mahoney and Knox argue this mustn't be funded through higher taxes or further borrowing.
The General Election showed a huge inter-generational divide with Corbyn's Labour being more popular than the Conservatives up to age 49. How should the Conservatives respond?
CPS responses to the three centrepiece "revenue raisers" from the Labour manifesto
Michael Johnson outlines some reforms to pensions and savings that political parties should consider while writing their General Election manifestos.
Corporation tax cuts have had a positive impact but Labour have threatened to reverse them
Grammar schools offer a chance to escape selection by house price.
The 2015 liberalisation of pensions was welcome but the risk management is needed.Michael Johnson proposes "auto-protection" at private pension age.
The Chancellor made the right decision not to splash the cash at the Spring Budget
Proposals to help ordinary working families that won't break the bank for the Chancellor
The UK manufacturing sector needs a supply side revolution if it is to continue to occupy a competitive position on the world stage. There is a continuing need for UK manufacturing, particularly in boosting productivity and exports.
Lord Saatchi presses for a Royal Commission into the future of the NHS