Bright Blue, the Institute of Economic Affairs, the Resolution Foundation and others give their views.
Posts Tagged: Centre for Policy Studies
“A missed opportunity.” “Spending barely trimmed.” It’s a thumbs-down for the Chancellor from centre-right think tanks
The Centre for Social Justice applauds the Universal Credit changes. But praise elsewhere is thin.
Tony Lodge: Rail competition is working. Now passengers need even more – so let’s keep our campaign going.
The rest of the network can learn lessons from the open access experience of the East Coast Main Line.
Too far or not far enough? Welcome u-turn or misguided retreat? Westminster’s policy experts have their say.
The author addresses a publication party for his second volune, ‘Everything She Wants’, thrown by the Centre for Policy Studies.
Led by former Treasury officials, this think tank has placed itself at the heart of the argument about how to help the low-paid.
Our panel of think tankers and columnists assess the challenge from the new Labour leader.
A broader base, a lower rate, and an end to unfair and arcane exemptions would shift the burden from the middle class to the wealthiest whilst reducing avoidance.
If he stays in Number Ten, Cameron must change – by sharing power with his top team. Brady should be Chief Whip.
The governing duopoly of the Prime Minister and Chancellor should be replaced by a collegiate top team – including the present ’22 Chairman as a new Chief Whip.
“We mustn’t lose sight of the fundamental goal of bringing spending under control,” says the TaxPayers’ Alliance.
In which I go campaigning with Grant Shapps’s brainchild, which has mobilised thousands of activists who would probably not have joined their local associations.
Growing national debt is a burden that young people and future generations shouldn’t be asked to bear. Governments have a moral responsibility to remove it.
A selection of the reaction from policy experts around Westminster.
The full 10 hours.
Our proposed tax cut for small businesses is big, bold, self-financing – and would boost jobs and drive up living standards. What could be more Thatcherite than that?