Competition and free choice are driving down smoking – despite the best efforts of politicians and journalists to undermine vaping.
Sponsored Post: Charlotte Woodworth – The Chancellor must fill the funding gap undermining Universal Credit
New research from 38 Degrees shows how this flagship policy could become a real political headache for the Conservatives.
Sponsored Post: Tom Jones: Tomorrow, MPs have an opportunity to protect access to justice for working people
Nodding through a doubling and quadrupling of the small claims limit to sums that are huge to most voters would be a step too far.
Sponsored Post: Kevin Courtney: Ministers should accept the independent pay review body to increase teachers pay
Teacher supply is in crisis. Recruitment targets are not being met – in some key subjects they are being woefully missed.
E-cigarettes are a great innovation for public health, but they are threatened by bad EU regulation.
Sponsored Post: Julia Waltham and Aoife Hamilton: The Government must halt the closure of Childcare Vouchers
They are a vital form of support that have helped millions of parents across the UK to access childcare and get into work.
Those who wish to wear fur and those who do not will both benefit from clearer labelling of fur products, backed up with stronger enforcement.
Our new report outlines several practical steps that government, both locally and in Westminster, can take to prepare Britain’s mobile infrastructure.
Brexit offers the UK a chance to drop the EU’s confusing labelling scheme in favour of one which offers consumers the information they really need.
Sponsored Post: Association of British Bookmakers: Family-run bookmakers in plea to save their shops
A warning against cutting maximum stakes on popular gaming machines.
Sponsored Post: Darren Caplan: The rail industry is bigger than previously thought – and is ready to deliver even more for UK plc
In total, the industry employs more people than the entire city of Birmingham, and can play a crucial role in the country’s economic future.
The Government may be about to go against its own messages and negatively impact a generation of parents.
Sponsored Post: Association of British Bookmakers: A £2 stake on FOBTs would deal a devastating blow to High Streets
The proposals risks forcing more than 4,500 betting shops to close by 2020, with a serious knock-on effect for neighbouring businesses.
Sponsored Post: Association of British Bookmakers: 1,500 jobs wiped out as betting shop closures accelerate in advance of FOBT decision
For four years in a row the number of bookmakers has declined.
Sponsored Post: Tim Alderslade: Passenger charges must come down for new routes to thrive at expanded Heathrow
The airport’s passenger charges have trebled over the past decade. That bill should come down, or else competitors abroad will steal a march on the UK.