This is the second in a three-part series on how to boost our economy after Coronavirus.
Posts Tagged: infrastructure
Never underestimate the power of Labour. Its message of helping the underdog and the poor is enduring, still popular and extremely potent.
This ambitious business case is based on our experiences not only of recovering from the last downturn, but on the successes of the last three years.
James Heywood: Johnson – “Brexity Hezza” or liberalising Thatcherite? Our new report sets out how he can be both.
At the Centre for Policy Studies, we’ve teamed up with Sajid Javid to come up with a comprehensive set of ideas for tackling the challenges ahead.
Graham Gudgin: To meet its infrastructure ambitions, the Government should spend more on capital investment
It should take advantage of the current macro-economic environment afforded by low borrowing costs, to provide stable – and sizeable – funding.
A new collection of essays from Policy Exchange shows up some of the glaring defects of the planning system.
This is 25 times the number of skilled work permits issued each year to non-EU citizens and their dependants.
We have a scheme to help our tenants with deposits, to boost home ownership.
If, that is, interest rates carry on at rock bottom rates. But we have to take a chance on growing our way out of this crisis.
His cuts were so shocking that, in his own Budget speech in June 2010, George Osborne said that there would be no further such reductions.
One way would be through a time-limited Department of Virus Legacy, much as DExEU did for Brexit, able to ensure that opportunities are grasped.
Ministers can carry on trying, through the British Business Bank or directly, to push on this Gordian Knot – or slice through it.
John Major’s efforts in the Nineties, part-reversed by Blair, seem almost designed to give the market a bad name. There is an alternative.
Whether moderate right Conservative, or moderate left, austerity is dead, and this new age will be with us for a long time to come.
Richard Holden: How the Budget will help former Red Wall seats in the north – like the one I represent
The fact that Darlington station was explicitly addressed in his statement is a great sign of how swiftly the Chancellor has mastered the detail of his brief.