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PRESS RELEASE: THE £100 BILLION NEGOTIATIONS

This Friday, the Centre for Policy Studies publishes The £100 billion negotiations by leading pension expert Michael Johnson.

SOMETHING CAN BE DONE – Troops in our schools will do more than troops on our streets

Our inner cities need troops in the classrooms, write Tom Burkard and Captain AK Burki (a British Army Officer) in ‘Something Can Be Done’. This Centre for Policy Studies report outlines how their ‘Troops for Teachers’ proposal could soon become reality in Greater Manchester.

PRESS RELEASE: NO TO UNDERWRITING: How the government can avoid being ripped off

Given the level of distrust about the financial sector and politicians, the Coalition must ensure that large profits from future bank sales are not creamed off by underwriters, says John Chown. In his Centre for Policy Studies Pointmaker ‘No to underwriting: How the government can avoid being ripped off,’ Chown outlines how any future distribution process must be transparent and not open to exploitation of financial intermediaries.

CPS E-Bulletin, 19th August 2011

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CPS author Harriet Sergeant explains long-term causes of riots

In the wake of last week’s riots, CPS author Harriet Sergeant has written an extensive piece for the Sunday Times News Review entitled Fixing Broken Britain (£).

Centre for Policy Studies Conservative Party Conference Programme

Centre for Policy Studies Conservative Party Conference Programme, Manchester 2011

Can Teachers Save Our Schools?

We’ve tried everything else – and each year, social mobility falls, employers grumble again about declining standards of school leavers and universities still have to dumb-down their courses a bit more.

Centre for Policy Studies Social Media Links

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TIM KNOX APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF THE CENTRE FOR POLICY STUDIES

Tim Knox has been appointed as the Director of the Centre for Policy Studies with immediate effect.

THE 2011 RUTTENBERG LECTURE

SIR MAX HASTINGS DEFENDING THE ‘ESSENTIAL RELATIONSHIP’: Britain and the United States fighting together in the 21st century

E-Bulletin: 8th July 2011

The latest E-Bulletin from the Centre for Policy Studies is available to view online.To get the latest news and reports, click here

NEW REPORT: Look back from the future

In this Centre for Policy Studies report, the former Head of the Prime Minister’s Policy Unit, Norman Balckwell, argues

Helping addicts quit – letter in today’s Telegraph

SIR – We represent leading voluntary and private sector abstinence-based rehabilitation centres in England. We were concerned by the revelations in Kathy Gyngell’s report, published by the Centre for Policy Studies, Breaking the Habit: why the state should stop dealing drugs and start doing rehab

CPS NEWS UPDATE: 24th June 2011

NEW PUBLICATION Breaking the Habit: Why the state should stop dealing drugs and start doing rehab by Kathy Gyngell

New report: Breaking the Habit

In this Centre for Policy Studies report, leading drugs analyst Kathy Gyngell shows

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