CPS Economic Bulletin on the costs of Labour features in Money Week

The CPS Economic Bulletin “Labour’s £17,500 bill for families”  was featured in Moneyweek 3 November 2016

““Regardless of whether Corbyn can repeat the trick”, says Stuart Watkins, “Labour is the official opposition and its economic plans deserve scrutiny”. The Centre for Policy Studies – admittedly a right-wing think tank – has costed the party’s proposals at £471bn, or £17,444 per UK household. Stuart looks at what Labour is actually proposing, and whether those figures stand up to closer scrutiny.”

To read the full article, visit the MoneyWeek website

Date Added: Thursday 3rd November 2016