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Posts Tagged: Adam Smith Institute
Chloe Westley: Enough talk of tax rises from Tory Ministers. Let’s have tax cuts instead. Or else what are they for?
The Conservatives are not going to win the hearts and minds of the British people by proposing Labour-lite policies. There must be something different on offer.
Onward, FREER, the revitalised CPS. The Tory MPs involved in all these will have to take some risks if they’re to get off the groumd.
Which taxes should Tories cut? 1) Sam Dumitriu: No virtue-signalling giveaways, hammer taxes that hold back growth
After our recent series asked ‘What should Tories tax?’, the Adam Smith Institute’s Head of Research kicks off a new mini-series seeking routes to lower taxes.
Think-tanks react to the Budget. Some praise, more criticism…and a sense that the housing announcements didn’t go nearly far enough
“The government should be completely overhauling current restrictions and liberalising our planning system to free up land for houses to be built.”
Right-wing critics of the higher education sector have not given recent reforms a chance to take effect.
Individually, migrants can come to embody these values better than many on the Left who were born here. But the evidence suggests that this takes time.
Many political labels started life as insults. At the Adam Smith Institute we think its time to recognise the extraordinary achievements of neoliberalism.
Bright Blue, the Institute of Economic Affairs, the Resolution Foundation and others give their views.
George Osborne ignored the well-justified caution which had kept minimum wage rises so modest, and the evidence that his ploy will harm employment growth.
It’s time to defend and promote the ideas that have helped to bring globalisation – and in turn brought more wealth, peace and opportunity to billions of people.
Current policies are unfair and anachronistic discrimination against fans of one sport, and push up the price of attending games.
All the expert reaction to business rates relief, the changing deficit forecasts, the sugar tax and more.
There are liberal-minded left-wingers on the right side of the fight for freedom, and patrician Tories on the wrong.
We have no good reason to believe that the state is any better at centrally planning a currency that it is at planning the economy.