Finance & Economics

We need a Budget for the silent majority

The chancellor needs to appeal to the silent majority. He needs to reduce the cost of living, fix Universal Credit, strengthen families, up-skill the non-graduate workforce and keep promises on immigration, says Alex Fiuza.

Nov 22, 2017 - Alexander Fiuza

Finance & Economics

The dangerous temptation of a short-term budget

Philip Hammond would be wise to release the constraints on public spending slightly, but too much risks conceding the argument to a Corbyn-led Labour party that increasing public debt does not matter, argues Tom Pridham.

Nov 21, 2017 - Tom Pridham

Finance & Economics

Let’s make tax a status symbol

We should follow the Norwegians and publish all tax returns. Doing so will help transform tax payments into a status symbol, says Richard Heller.

Nov 21, 2017 - Richard Heller

Brexit

German instability offers UK upper-hand

Peter Divey argues that political instability in Europe means the UK should feel confident in riding the Brexit storm from its position of strength.  

Nov 20, 2017 - Peter Divey

Politics

Brexit Bill essential for No Deal Brexit

The EU Withdrawal bill is essential, says John Redwood, as it provides the certainty and continuity of law re need given it now seems inevitable we will not be leaving with an agreement in place.

Nov 17, 2017 - John Redwood MP

Defence

Ditch EU procurement sham

Post-Brexit the Government must streamline public procurement rules, and make the transparent and accountable to the public, says Alex Fiuza.

Nov 16, 2017 - Alexander Fiuza

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