The basic principles of limited government, economic and civil liberties, freedom and equality under the law are almost entirely absent from her programme.
OECD analysis indicates that the cost of childcare as a percentage of income for a two-earner family is now the highest in the developed world.
The second in our series of pieces on economic policy after the referendum decision.
Plus: The OBR isn’t needed to audit manifestos. The SNP’s sleight-of-hand on austerity. A lack of debate on healthcare. And: don’t make promises you can’t keep.
The inconvenient truth is this: the UK has significantly worse outcomes than many other advanced countries which deliver universal access to healthcare.
Rather, the problem they should seek to tackle is that of poverty – which can be done by a pro-market agenda.
It seems that during the campaign both parties will be specific on many small items but less specific on big cuts.
A more classic case of the state crowding out family and civil society through regulation and subsidy is difficult to find.
It is a costly fiscal transfer from the broad body of taxpayers to the rich
As Milton Friedman once quipped, we could increase employment by making those working on government construction projects use spoons instead of shovels.
Our new columnist says that we’ve heard precious few solutions from our politicians yet.
The first piece in a three-part mini-series about the Chancellor’s record examines his handling of public spending.
The road is long, the task is great and there is still ‘unstarted business’ – but the Welfare Secretary won’t give up on his campaign to change lives.
Existing government policies or interventions push up the cost of living already
The evidence suggests little overall effect on unemployment or pay – but it’s a different story when it comes to the lowest skilled Britons.