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Jonathan Isaby: The Public Sector Rich List. How you fund nearly 3500 council staff enjoying remuneration of more than £100,000
No fewer than 130 councils had at least 10 employees earning that much with the tally at Haringey Council alone running to 68 members of staff.
In the first piece of our mini-series on intergenerational unfairness, Jonathan explores the way government policy is widening the gap.
It is no wonder that people think the EU is out of touch when it wastes money like this.
The TaxPayers’ Alliance has done the numbers politicians seem afraid to study.
This bad policy doesn’t just affect smokers or tobacco companies – it will hit all of us in the pocket.
The immoral and unjust Inheritance Tax, a tax designed only for the very wealthiest, is hitting more and more people
Jonathan Isaby: The ConHome manifesto would be good for taxpayers – here’s how I’d make it even better
With a £1.3 trillion credit card bill to pay off, let’s be ambitious.
The move would simplify the system, speed transparency and improve accountability. The Treasury musn’t back off change.
Jonathan Isaby: HS2 – Unpopular with voters. Unpopular in the north. Unpopular with Tories. Unpopular everywhere.
The results of a ComRes poll released today should make sobering reading for HS2’s political cheerleaders.
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.
As the TPA celebrates its tenth birthday, Chief Executive Jonathan Isaby looks back on its record so far.
Buenos Aires is crawling back for more money – British representatives must vote No.
On his election to the Commons in 1997, he immediately became an assiduous attender of question time every day and has remained committed to the using the parliamentary processes of debate and questions.