Global Britain’s new report explains how the europhiles’ projections of fear simply do not make sense.
Replace Trident with a credible, alternative nuclear deterrent – and free up billions for investment in the conventional forces.
Allowing councils to build new green settlements will empower local communities and deliver one million new homes.
To avoid dangerous ambiguity, we need a clear idea of what change would be required to make staying ‘In’ acceptable. Here’s ours.
Renate Samson: Big Brother Watch is five years old – what does the next five years hold for our privacy?
In a few years’ time, mobile phones and computers will seem old hat – and the threats to our liberties will be multiplied.
Here’s what our new Centre for Social Justice report believes should be done to boost their life chances.
The Green Belt is strangling our cities to protect high-intensity farming. There are better ways to protect the environment that allow us to build the homes we need.
The Government needs to merge income tax and national insurance – and resist tax rises altogether.
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.