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Delivering net zero

This latest report from UK think tank Bright Blue is an essay collection arguing net zero is

Testing times

This latest report from UK think tank Adam Smith Institute looks at Covid-19 testing. Testing Times makes

Rules Britannia

This latest report from UK think tank IEA looks at regulation in the UK. In our political

Negotiating the level playing field

This latest report from UK think tank IPPR looks at the next stage of the Brexit negotiations.

Carillion: two years on

This latest report from UK think tank Institute for Government warns the government risks another Carillion situation.

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By Nicolas Bosetti; Jack Brown

This report from the UK think tank Centre for London charts the rise of London's headquarter economy. It finds that…

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By James Kirkup

This report from the UK think tank Social Market Foundation examines the relationship between regulation and markets. The current economic…

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By Kevin Dowd; John Cochrane

This report from the UK think tank Adam Smith Institute looks at how to make Britain's banks more competitive, innovative,…

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By Christopher Snowdon

This report from the UK think tank EPICENTER examines paternalistic regulations throughout Europe. Germany has overtaken the Czech Republic to…

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By Catherine McBride

This report from the UK think tank IEA looks at the benefits of unprotected capitalism and unruly shareholders. The UK…

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By Murdo Fraser MSP

Bright Blue Scotland, the independent think tank for liberal conservatism, has today published new research, entitled Our still United Kingdom,…

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By Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska

Brexit has created a golden opportunity for UK Parliament to revamp the way it scrutinizes European Union affairs, a process…

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By Jarryd Bartle

Drug consumption rooms are an evidence-based harm reduction intervention which allow people who use illicit drugs to do so within…

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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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