Monthly Archives: April 2017

By Various Authors

The last 10 years have witnessed a dramatic increase in the number of people going online to seek out information…

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By Daniel Mahoney

Statistics out this week show that onshore corporation tax receipts have increased by 44% since 2011-12, rising from £34bn to…

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By Emma Webb

A new report from The Henry Jackson Society, Spotting The Signs: Identifying Vulnerability To Radicalisation Among Students, investigates students who…

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By Nigel Keohane

The Further Education sector can be a vital driver of social mobility in Britain after Brexit, according to a new…

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By Shanker Singham

When the British people voted to leave the European Union on June 23rd, 2016, the economic backdrop was not positive.…

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By Various Authors

The UK’s commitment to leave the EU requires a new international trade and commercial policy. For decades these policies have…

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By Matthew Elliott

Having written about the March 2017 Dutch election for the Legatum Institute, Matthew Elliott has now turned his attention to…

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By Giovanni Caccavello

The EEA Agreement was signed in 1992, and entered into force in 1994. Until now, EEA EFTA countries have been…

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By Dr Richard Wellings

This report from the Institute of Economic Affairs argues that subsidies for the fishing industry should be phased out and…

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