The Government must be bold in helping students grow from passive receivers of higher education into empowered consumers.
Posts Tagged: Deregulation
Kate Andrews: Sunday trading restrictions are arbitrary, harmful to employees and unfair to consumers
There are plenty of topics on which Conservative MPs might consider rebellion – but this shouldn’t be one.
Unnecessary and excessive EU regulation hampers the efforts of British businesses to compete.
The current regulations are outdated, ineffective and nonsensical.
“During the last Parliament we’ve saved businesses from around ten billion pounds of costs, collectively, in regulation, and I think we can do at least that again.”
Nadhim Zahawi MP: We must not only say we must finish the job – but explain why we want to finish it
To create work for all who want it, and a better life for our children and security for families. We can only do this with business.
Christopher Howarth: The challenge to Brexit’s backers. Yes, it can be done. But it would mean difficult decisions.
Our Open Europe project on potential costs and gains of leaving the EU clarifies some big questions.
Here is our simple, positive, Conservative message on jobs – for when you are knocking on doors in the weeks ahead.
As Milton Friedman once quipped, we could increase employment by making those working on government construction projects use spoons instead of shovels.