Adam Smith Institute
Study suggests that the changes would lower the coronavirus infection rate over a two-month period and avoid a second wave.
With Europeans no longer prioritised over “engineers from Sydney or software developers from Delhi,” May’s Brexit deal is turning out to be far from the open society a post-Brexit Britain could provide
As young people across the country open those examination results, they'll see a verdict on the work that they've put in over the past two years. In two years more, they will be of voting age, and it won't be long before they get to cast their verdict on British politicians. If the Tories want that to be a good thing for them, they'd better start showing they're taking young people's concerns seriously.
Labour ridicules Adam Smith Institute over 'partying' tax cut
A right-wing think tank has faced ridicule after suggesting the Tories will win back the youth vote from Jeremy Corbyn - by
It is not hugely surprising that a majority of the children in families with only one potential bread earner are in households with income significantly below the median given that modal set up of the two earner family. At which point what is our child poverty statistic really telling us?
Oxfam blame Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg's big bank accounts for everything from Brexit to Trump. They argue that increasing returns to those at the top is to blame for poverty at the bottom. And that we must fundamentally change our economic model to fix this. But it couldn't be further from the truth.
What if I told you that we could leave the European Union with little risk to our economy? That we could regain control of
The government's plans would see prohibitions limiting large stores from opening on Sundays for more than six hours lifted in certain circumstances. The decision would be devolved to local leaders across England and Wales (Scotland and Ireland already have powers over Sunday trading devolved to their regional parliaments).
George Osborne's proposed law to ensure the public finances should be in surplus in "normal years" has been panned as "risible