Too far or not far enough? Welcome u-turn or misguided retreat? Westminster’s policy experts have their say.
Yet they’re currently holding Britain back in the Legatum Institute’s Prosperity Index. The Government can change this – if it wants to.
Lord Lexden’s Bill provides an opportunity to bring real localism and better design to building new homes.
The Government should give every citizen a lifetime higher education loan account, and exact a levy from major graduate employers to pay for it.
The Government too often treats the Civil Service as a cost to be managed, rather than an asset to be cultivated.
The UK is by far the most centralised nation in the G7.
We also call on the Government to extend the student loan system – to support those students who want to pursue a technical route, not just an academic one.
A pluralist model including other providers would allow all of us to learn what public service broadcasting really is.
British cities offer jobs and opportunity. The Government must to more to increase labour mobility to allow more people the chance to benefit from them.
The NHS may be a national religion, but public attitudes are much more secular than politicians and commentators seem to realise.
Was this a Robin Hood budget or a disaster? The experts have their say.
New research by the TaxPayers’ Alliance reveals the real scope of Britain’s financial black hole, and its dire implications for the next generation.
Savings can be found – but let’s do so thoughtfully and compassionately, not simply as a display of machismo.
Res Publica proposes a radical programme of local empowerment and coordination to win consent for the new building this country needs.
“We mustn’t lose sight of the fundamental goal of bringing spending under control,” says the TaxPayers’ Alliance.