'Britain Beyond Brexit' is a collection of essays by almost 40 leading politicians, edited by George Freeman MP. It unites Conservative MPs from north and south, left and right, Leave and Remain to set out ideas to take Britain forward after Brexit - including contributions from Sajid Javid, Ruth Davidson, Dominic Raab, Penny Mordaunt and Matt Hancock.Read More
Under Labour’s plans 750,000 more households could be in welfare dependency by 2020.
If the Labour Party wins the General Election, it has pledged to increase the main rate of corporation tax. Our model estimates that, other things being equal, a rising corporation tax would lead to a reduction in total employment of 96,400 by 2018/19 compared to the OBR’s estimates of employment under the Government’s plans.
An amendment to the Infrastructure Bill introduced today would effectively ban fracking on environmental grounds. If this amendment is passed it would reduce energy security and would be a disgraceful failure duty by MPs who are supposed to defend Britain’s economic well-being.
Roger Gough and Andrew Tyrie MP have put ideology aside to develop a practical plan that both answers the West Lothian Question and buttresses the Union.
Many large charities are refusing to admit who funds them. Despite new government regulation urging charities’ to be transparent, the majority of Britain’s largest charities decline to comply.
Without structural change, the Local Government Pension Scheme is in terminal decline.
Reforming Britain’s relationship with the EU could boost trade, reveals Dan Hannan MEP.
The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement speech today outlined a number of welcome changes as well as a lot of tinkering.
The Chancellor should take the opportunity in his Autumn Statement speech on Wednesday to outline a series of proposals which are all cost neutral (at worst), which will boost underlying growth and which will continue to reform public services
Britain must boost its skills if wages are to increase – says Adam Memon, Head of Economic Research at the Centre for Policy Studies.
Britain can be a global hub for peer to peer markets.
Andrew Tyrie MP urges the government to finally answer the West Lothian Question.
Leading economist Keith Boyfield, together with top public lawyer Daniel Greenberg, propose a simple solution to Britain’s planning problem.
If Britain’s employment success is to continue, politicians of all stripes must learn from Germany’s successful labour market reforms.