Monthly Archives: March 2019

By Kathleen Henehan

This paper uses the Brexit moment to take stock of where Britain has got to on educational attainment, and where…

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By Joe Shalam

The third interim report by the CSJ Housing Commission, chaired by Lord Best, turns its attention to the private rented…

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By Jamie Whyte

Corporate taxes are inefficient, with much greater deadweight costs than most other taxes. The optimal corporate tax rate is zero.…

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By Various authors

The 2019 Spring Statement provided little in the way of answers. We had new OBR forecasts, with yet another fiscal…

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By Claudia Martinez; Imogen Farhan

This Reformer Thoughts series brings together healthcare professionals to discuss what can be done to prevent the winter crisis from…

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By Ryan Shorthouse; Sam Lampier; Anvar Sarygulov

Universal Credit is one of the most significant reforms of the welfare system in the UK for decades. Initially, it…

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By Various authors

Both the British Government and the European Union insist that they do not want a “no-deal” Brexit. Yet it remains…

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By Christopher Snowdon

The term ‘junk food’ has no legal definition and its use by campaigners gives a misleading impression of how much…

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By Joe Owen; Maddy Thimont Jack; Adela Iacobov; Elliott Christensen

Leaving the European Union (EU) will allow the UK to ‘take back control’ of aspects of migration policy previously determined…

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