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Centre for Policy Studies reaction to Autumn Statement 2011

Centre for Policy Studies reaction to Autumn Statement 2011

Bank on bankers (The Sun)

Director Tim Knox wrote for The Sun’s Business section ‘banker bashing’.

CPS figures featured in Total Politics Top 100 Political Journalists 2011

Fraser Nelson and Peter Oborne place highly in the TP Top 100 2011.

Top Stories Online

Today’s stories from and about the CPS, as well as some of the most interesting articles seen online.

CPS Growth Bulletin

The first edition of the CPS Growth Bulletin

The Chancellor must help to wake up the hibernating private sector (The Telegraph)

CPS Board member Lord Forsyth of Drumlean writes for The Telegraph on UK debt and the hibernating private sector.

Support for Dominic Raab’s CPS regulatory reform proposals

A survey of small businesses undertaken by B2BUSINESS in conjunction with the Centre for Policy Studies has found wide support for many of the proposals outlined by Dominic Raab MP in Escaping the Strait Jacket.

Top Stories Online

Today’s stories from and about the CPS, as well as some of the most interesting articles seen online chosen by @LewisCPS.

Why the Coalition should review the 50p tax rate (The Telegraph)

Only extra spending that boosts business will help private sector growth, writes Karen Bradley.

We must shift our focus to the emerging economies (ConHome)

Seven Conservative MPs have teamed up with the Centre for Policy Studies and ConHome to propose ideas to turbo charge the UK economy.

RBS shares for all? That sounds like a real winner (Evening Standard)

James Ashton, writing in the Evening Standard, supports a universal share distribution of RBS.

The government’s simplified planning system will help Britain’s crumbling infrastructure receive new investment (ConHome)

Claire Perry MP writes for Conservative Home on her proposals in the CPS’ Growth, Growth, Growth.

We should get rid of European financial and employment regulations that hinder job creation and economic growth (ConHome)

Chris Heaton-Harris MP writes for Conservative Home on his proposals in the CPS’ Growth, Growth, Growth.

Welfare could be localised and extra children shouldn’t always mean more benefits (ConHome)

Seven Conservative MPs have teamed up with the Centre for Policy Studies and ConHome to propose ideas to turbo charge the UK economy. Today Harriett Baldwin outlines reforms to welfare.

Top Stories Online

Today’s stories from and about the CPS, as well as some of the most interesting articles seen online

CPS & Conservative Home Series – Turbocharging Growth

The Centre for Policy Studies in partnership with Conservative Home is releasing an eight part series of articles from Conservative MPs on turbocharging growth

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