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By Rachel Statham; Russell Gunson

The Scottish government begins the budget process for Scotland on 12 December 2018, publishing its draft budget for 2019/20. This…

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By Carys Roberts; Grace Blakeley; Luke Murphy

The UK is a wealthy nation but that wealth is very unevenly distributed. This has negative implications for both economic…

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By Scott Corfe

Our main focus in this report has been to identify the initial acquisition costs of nationalisation. This is the Social…

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By Matt Whittaker

Britain is seven years into a prolonged period of fiscal consolidation, in which constraints on public spending have been the…

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By Daniel Mahoney; Tim Knox

Softening overall fiscal plans would be ill-advised. Yet there is scope to re-gear the Government’s priorities towards more intergenerational fairness.…

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By Nigel Keohane

The UK’s employment and tax rules no-longer work and they increasingly sit at odds with our diverse and flexible labour…

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By David Finch

Our pre-election series of briefing notes have so far centred on the main parties’ approaches to deficit reduction and to…

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By Adam Corlett

There is much that is unusual about the 2017 general election, from its surprise announcement to the dominance of a…

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By Daniel Mahoney

Statistics out this week show that onshore corporation tax receipts have increased by 44% since 2011-12, rising from £34bn to…

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