The Adam Smith Institute’s new report, Ignorantia Legis, shows the Government how it could stem the bloat of process-focused legislation.
Changes are necessary, but they need to be based on evidence and evidence alone.
The Government can’t deliver levelling up without more supply-side change, localism and public service reform.
One of an occasional series of articles that ConservativeHome is publishing in advance of the Budget.
A new report reveals how difficult – and costly it – it may be to chart a separate course from our nearest and most important trading partner.
If the Government rolls back protectionist legislation left over from our EU membership, this booming export sector can reach new heights.
The good news is that if we can break out of our recent rut, the opportunities for post-Brexit Britain to cut red tape should be huge.
The best way of thinking about it isn’t to fix one’s gaze on direct subsidies, but to look wider – at our failure to turn British ideas into British prosperity.
The third piece in a ConHome mini-series this week on industrial strategy after the pandemic.
The case for addressing abusive practices is overwhelming. But not every contract is abusive, and not every alternative is better.
I’m delighted to have been asked to help set up the new Taskforce for Innovation and Growth through Regulatory Reform.
The Government acted promptly, the EU didn’t – and Brussels’ furious response suggests competition could get ugly.
In one of an occasional series we are running in advance of the Budget, some radical suggestions for kickstarting the British economy.
Re-shoring energy production and re-opening quarries and mines can offer national prosperity, strategic security, and meaningful work.
The chance to protect creativity in music and art is a tangible opportunity for worthwhile regulatory divergence.