Eight proposals to reform the system.
Will the idea actually save taxpayers’ money? New research sheds some light.
Nima Sanandaji and Stefan Folster: Why left wing governments which pursue free market reforms get re-elected
Bold support for economic freedom makes you more likely to win elections, particularly when it comes from surprising quarters.
Not one but three think thanks refer to “missed opportunities” in their responses to the Budget. But there’s some praise for Osborne, too.
Evidence from almost 20 OECD countries suggests that the claims of Ministers to the contrary are unsubstantiated.
In our new report, Nation Rent, we set out how could people to rent and buy over time and as their circumstances allow.
Benefit cards for first time offenders and steeper punishments for ones who repeat make sense.
Jonathan Isaby: Do you value freedom? Join us in a celebration of free speech, free markets and free people
The Freedom Festival is a chance to speak your mind, and hear champions of our movement speak theirs.
A new report by Theos finds support for reciprocity and mutual support rather than means testing.
Mark Littlewood: Come to the Freedom Festival next month to help build a real “neo-liberal consensus”.
Classical, free market liberals are right – so why don’t we win more battles?
A host of conservative and libertarian thinkers and campaigners will be arrayed for your inspiration.
As the TPA celebrates its tenth birthday, Chief Executive Jonathan Isaby looks back on its record so far.
It’ll be like the party conference of your dreams, but without a party label attached: as long as you value freedom, you’ll be welcome.
A new Institute of Economic Affairs report makes seven main recommendations about how this should be done.
We need a more diverse and local finance sector – like those on the continent.