Red tape and taxation has caused thousands of pubs to close.
Osborne’s stamp duty reform gets a thumbs-up. But reaction to other measures is more mixed – and deep concern about the deficit remains.
There is good news and bad for all the main parties in our analysis, plus good news for the Green Party and less good news for UKIP.
Ryan Shorthouse and David Kirkby: Welfare reform should recognise contributions and support families
As well as saving money, of course.
Immigration 3) Philip Salter: Don’t worry about net migration – worry about the young entrepreneurs we are turning away
The UK is making the next generation of business success stories feel unwelcome here. It will cost us.
Many want to do so – and see this as an integral part of their charitable mission.
His role will clearly involve giving Policy Exchange’s output sharper strategic shape and even more media impact.
The distinctive characteristic of these new Pink Zones is that they will be designed to work from the bottom up – not the top down
They are our kith and kin, and have a huge amount to offer us. Here’s how to put our relationship back on track.
My study of it produced disappointing results.
One of its benefits? It aligns the universities’ interests with their students’ – rather than with what politicians want.
The Government should return to allowing contracting out of the public system in return for a rebate on national insurance contributions.
The Coalition’s Responsibility Deal needs to be transformed into a legislative framework which is phased in over the next five to ten years.
The Wolfson Economics Prize has been awarded to David Rudlin and Nicholas Falk for their plan to grow existing towns into garden cities.
The key factor in whether your school gives you a good start in life is luck – that must change.