Monthly Archives: December 2017

By Diego Zuluaga

Price and quantity regulations, as well as statutory vehicle and driver standards, for the taxi and PHV sector have long…

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By Raphael Hogarth; Lewis Lloyd

The Government has promised to end the direct jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) after Brexit. However, the…

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By Various Authors

The British economy is at a critical juncture. Its future success depends on overcoming two major, interrelated problems – long-term…

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By John Mills; Julian Jessop

John Mills is one of Britain’s most stimulating economic thinkers. Unusually, he has many decades of practical business experience and…

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By Various Authors

Childhood obesity is one of the most challenging, complex and contentious problems the Government faces today. One in five children…

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By Robert Yates; Tom Brookes; Eloise Whitaker

A new paper assesses the prevalence of medical detentions globally, the health and human rights impacts, and policy options to…

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By Felix Preston; Johanna Lehne

There is growing optimism about the potential of the ‘circular economy’ (CE) as a new model for sustainable growth in…

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By Pheobe Griffith; Marley Morris

Our current immigration system lacks a strategic mission. For too long, the development of immigration policy has been driven by…

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By Giovanni Caccavello; Bruno Leoni

Index began classifying all of the 28 EU Member States in 2015. The top 3 performers in 2017 are the…

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