Our view is that the greatest gains are likely to come in improving broad educational outcomes when thinking about ‘the whole child’.
Something must be done to deal with the self-serving culture of the banking industry. Here’s that something.
The financial services industry comes down hard on the poorest people, driving them into debt. What’s needed is ethical lenders.
One hundred days after the kidnapping of 250 girls, a new report urges drastic action to defeat the terrorist group.
A seminar at the Legatum Institute today asks what lessons can be learned from the campaigning of Clarkson and Wilberforce
We need to support people to fulfil their ambition of getting off benefits and relocating for work.
As it stands, it’s too easy for drug users to “game” the system – or avoid punishment if they do get caught.
Enhanced Scottish devolution makes English devolution inevitable. English votes on English laws would simply mirror the position in the devolved assemblies.
We need a move towards mutuals.
People from minority backgrounds are likely to make up a third of the population by 2050 – their electoral significance is only increasing.
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.