Monthly Archives: November 2017

By Various Authors

Britain is on course for the longest period of falling living standards since records began in the 1950s, with the…

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By Jasna Šelih with Ian Bond; Carl Dolan

The European Union should start withholding funds from member-states that do not respect its values and reward those that do.…

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By Dr Hannah White; Jill Rutter

This IfG Insight paper considers how select committees can undertake effective scrutiny of Brexit. After looking back at committee activity…

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By Daniel Mahoney

Low productivity is a crippling problem for the British economy. And it shows little sign of improvement: levels have been…

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By Diego Zuluaga

Widespread automation is often named as the greatest long-term threat to human employment. But Europe’s immediate job market problems are…

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By Diego Zuluaga

Recent years have seen a reduced supply of capital to domestic businesses by banks due to increased capital requirements and…

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By Giovanni Caccavello

The ECJ ruled that Italy had been wrong to ban the cultivation of an EU-approved genetically modified maize. This was…

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By Christopher Snowdon

Food and soft drinks manufacturers are continually reformulating their products and bringing new products to market in response to consumer…

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By Simon Jeffrey

To boost lagging productivity, cities will need to invest to reduce the barriers that hinder the attraction and growth of…

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