Today’s top stories from and about the CPS as well as some of the top content from the wider political web.
- Head of Economic Research Ryan Bourne and Advisory Council member Michael Fallon MP took part in a BBC South East debate on the economy yesterday – Watch on BBC iPlayer
- Ryan also blogged on tomorrow’s budget – 9 areas to look out for in the Budget
- Web 2.0 Manager Lewis James Brown authored a piece for The Commentator on the opportunity for British companies in India – British Firms Must Have More Belly to Get Involved With Delhi
- The work of the CPS was also named in ‘blog of the week’ and ‘publication of the week’ by The Stockholm Network.
A selection of good reads seen online today by the CPS team.
- Economically it’s neutral, politically it’s radical – Stevie Richards, The Independent
- Privatised roads: Drivers have had enough of highway robbery – The Telegraph
- George Osborne and the power of the Treasury: who will come back from Mount Doom? – James Kirkup, The Telegraph
- David Cameron’s half-hearted plans for road privatisation will fail to deliver – Ruth Porter, The Telegraph
- Class is the Conservative clause IV – Tim Montgomerie, The Guardian
- London Mayoral Candidate Ken Livingstone Calls Prophet Mohammed’s Word’s “Agenda For All Humanity” – Robin Shepherd, The Commentator
- It’s time to denationalise marriage – Steve Baker MP, Conservative Home
- India to urge airlines to opt out of EU carbon scheme – Reuters
- How do you solve a problem like Baroness Ashton? – Douglas Murray, Spectator Coffee House
- A fresh statement of ConservativeHome’s purpose – Tim Montgomerie, Conservative Home
- Are Britain’s politicians losing the power of speech? – Peter Hoskin, The Telegraph
Stories chosen for interest value only. The CPS is not responsible for the content of external links, nor does it endorse the opinions contained within.
Date Added: Tuesday 20th March 2012