Monthly Archives: February 2017

By Maurice Saatchi

With no agreement over the depth, the causes or the possible solutions to the “NHS crisis”, Maurice Saatchi describes the…

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By Christopher Snowdon

The UK’s system of alcohol duty is both excessive and irrational. Duty collected on alcohol exceeds the costs incurred to…

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By Sophie Gaston

This report is the product of a pan-European project seeking to capture a snapshot of the ways in which a…

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By Alexander Fritz Englund; Jacob Lundberg

High marginal effective tax has a negative effect on work incentives by disconnecting the private and social returns to economic…

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By Shanker Singham; Victoria Hewson

The optimal outcome of the negotiation process pursuant to Article 50 TEU in respect of tariffs on trade between the…

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By Ryan Bourne; Len Shackleton

Childcare provision in the UK is amongst the most expensive in the developed world. This is despite the government pouring…

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By Alex Krasodomski-Jones

This report used data from 2,000 Twitter users who openly state their affiliation to a political party to explore the…

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By Keith Boyfield; Daniel Greenberg

Without radical action, the Government will not achieve its target to build one million new homes by 2020. We need to move…

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By Giovanni Caccavello; Pablo Balsinde

Interventionist energy policy has disrupted the European Commission’s efforts to achieve greater liberalisation in energy markets by privatisation and deregulation.…

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