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New report: The evaporating case for electoral reform

In this report, Fabian Richter undertakes the first ever analysis of how many parliamentary seats can really be considered as “safe”.

New report: Boost bank competition

Competition in the banking sector has been too weak for too long – and must be strengthened, writes Andrea Leadsom in Boost Bank Competition, published on Thursday 31 March by the Centre for Policy Studies.

BUDGET RESPONSE

The following proposals which have recently been advocated by the Centre for Policy Studies were incorporated in today’s budget

LECTURE: Iain Duncan Smith MP on Wefare reform: the wider context

Iain Duncan Smith MP delivered the annual Keith Joseph memorial lecture on Welfare reform: the wider context. The text of the speech can be read here

NEW REPORT: 10 Points for Growth

Ahead of the 2011 budget, Charlie Elphicke, MP for Dover and Deal, sets out 10 policies which can stimulate the economy in 10 Points for Growth.

NEW REPORT: Five Fiscal Fallacies

Today’s debate over fiscal retrenchment is obscured by five fiscal fallacies, writes noted City economist, Dr Tim Morgan in Five Fiscal Fallacies

Tim Knox in the Yorkshire post

Tim Knox in the Yorkshire Post on why Cameron can’t change course on the deficit

What would lower earners prefer – lower taxes or cheaper energy? (Conservative Home)

Paul Goodman of Conservative Home commented on Tony Lodge’s lead Editor’s letter in The Telegraph on Thursday 21st February 2013.

Studies show turbines’ inefficiencies (Lutterworth Mail)

The CPS’ 2008 report ‘Wind Chill’ was cited in a recent letter to the Lutterworth Mail expressing concern about wind farms.

NEW REPORT: Self-sufficiency is the key

The Centre for Policy Studies has brought out a report by leading pensions expert, Michael Johnson entitled Self-sufficiency is the key: addressing the public sector pensions challenge

CPS RECRUITING NEW DIRECTOR

The Centre for Policy Studies seeks a new Director.

Cut harder, we can’t go on as debt junkies – Jon Moulton in today’s Times

Jon Moulton argues in the Times today that Reducing the State quickly is less risky than our current policy of avoiding too much pain

Cut harder – we can’t go on as debt junkies (The Times)

Reducing the State quickly is less risky than our current policy of avoiding too much pain, writes CPS Board Member Jon Moulton on his new report “Pain Aversion”.

Centre for Policy Studies succession

Lord Saatchi, Chairman of the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) announces: 1. Jill Kirby is standing down as Director of the CPS as from 1 February 2010, after three very successful years in this role.

Jill Kirby discusses Maternity Rights in the Times

More maternity rights are bad for mothers argues Jill Kirby in the Times.

New report: Feminist myths and magic medicine

In this report, Dr Hakim shows that:equal opportunity policies, in regards to women’s access to the labour market in the UK, have been successful

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