Monthly Archives: May 2017

By Dr Tim Summers

The extent of current UK relations with China means that Brexit will notably reduce the scale and diversity of overall…

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By Dr Heather Roff

AI planning applications can quickly, reasonably and reliably enable users to carry out complex and multi-stage actions in disaster relief…

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By Christopher Snowdon

The EPICENTER Nanny State Index is the only comprehensive league table of lifestyle regulations. The latest data suggest that the…

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By Adam Corlett; Matthew Whittaker

While the deficit remains in place, it is heading back to the sort of level relative to the size of…

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By David Finch; Helena Rose

This report provides an insight into the financial situation of those older low to middle income households highlighting the living…

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By Michael Johnson

In a new paper "A Pensions and Savings Manifesto", published by the Centre for Policy Studies, Michael Johnson outlines some…

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By Giovanni Caccavello

The EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has undergone several waves of reforms over the last few decades. Yet, many market-…

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