Andrew Tyrie MP and Tony Peto QC call for a thorough inquiry to establish the extent of the UK’s involvement in extraordinary rendition.
Rupert Darwall’s research for the CPS on tax credits in 2006 was cited by Fraser Nelson in his review of the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement.
Planned cuts to government expenditure pale in comparison to its huge expansion under New Labour, writes City AM editor Allister Heath.
The Guardian’s economics blog cites the CPS’s response to the Autumn Statement in its latest growth bulletin.
Allister Heath, the editor of City AM, cites a poll commissioned by the CPS as evidence of the public’s lack of awareness of the national debt.
CPS Head of Economic Research Ryan Bourne writes in City AM on the necessity for further spending cuts.
The Chancellor should freeze international aid and state benefits immediately, says the CPS.
Michael Johnson of the CPS says the current tax relief framework should be overhauled.
The Chancellor should merge existing taxes rather than introduce new charges, says the CPS.
The Chancellor looks likely to miss his net debt target on unchanged policies. In a Centre For Policy Studies briefing note, published on Friday 30 November, Ryan Bourne and Tim Knox recommend that he sets out a clear path to reducing government spending to 38% of GDP.
A million more working families live in poverty than households where everyone is on the dole (Daily Mail)
Research by the CPS shows that spiralling welfare costs undermine the Government’s aim to make work pay.
The Spectator’s Jonathan Jones reports on the CPS’s ideas for pension reform.
CPS Board Member George Bridges writes in The Daily Telegraph that ever since 1997, the Conservative Party has put strategy above principle, with disastrous results.
Michael Johnson CPS Pointmaker ‘Bring Back the 10p Rebate’ received a mention in David Blackburn’s Spectator Coffee House blog.
Head of Economic Research Ryan Bourne writes for City AM.