When numerous existing schemes are ill-publicised or difficult to sign up for, vulnerable people miss out on much-needed help.
Posts Tagged: Bright Blue
Ryan Shorthouse and Sam Robinson: Tax reforms, not just tax cuts, are what the Government needs to deliver
As Bright Blue’s new report outlines, we can use tax as a tool to help reach a wide set of economic, social, and environmental goals.
Thirty per cent of UK households, mainly rural and left-behind communities, were still on copper wiring last year.
‘The Treasury is taking with one hand to give away with the other’. Think tanks react to the Spring Statement
Takes from the Centre for Policy Studies, the Adam Smith Institute, the TaxPayers’ Alliance, the Centre for Social Justice, and more.
They feel that the Government has underperformed, is unprepared for what is to come, and has not delivered.
These bring different people together in pursuit of a common good, so that social cohesion and capital is strengthened.
Our research shows many are going back into home working situations that are not only simply inconvenient, but dangerous.
Patrick Hall: MPs are right to bring forward a ban on trophy hunting imports – since the Government hasn’t done so as promised
In Bright Blue’s report, Global green giant?, we put forward ambitious new recommendations to tackle this problem.
It would create a two-tier society wherein servants of the state, normal citizens like the rest of us, have their lives valued more highly.
How have think-tanks and campaign groups responded to the Chancellor’s fiscal and economic initiatives?
While by no means a silver bullet, there is a strong free market case for taxing emissions.
The flaws in the current system can no longer be ignored. An Annual Proportional Property Tax would balance the scales.
Adam Afriyie: Self-interest will drive up EV use and drive down pollution if charge points are available
Conservatives must incentivise their uptake and to let people know that they can choose to save themselves a small fortune on traditional vehicle costs.
Patrick Hall: A demand-led on-street chargepoint scheme will be essential to the electric vehicle revolution
In a new report, Bright Blue shows why ministers need to step in to support the rollout of this soon-to-be-essential infrastructure.
The political will is lagging behind the economic case, but change will come and much better for the Tories that it is on their terms.