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Theresa May’s Immigration Laws Will Hurt British Universities

Theresa May’s Immigration Laws Will Hurt British Universities

James Tracey October 27, 2015 0

Recently I attended a talk as part of the ‘Warwick Festival of the Imagination’ on the threats to and future of Higher Education. One of the main issues that was discussed was the threat

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Osborne’s Economy Speech: Analysis

Osborne’s Economy Speech: Analysis

Daniel Pryor January 6, 2014 0

Daniel Pryor provides comprehensive analysis of the Chancellor’s New Year economy speech. Watching George Osborne’s speech this morning, I felt reasonably proud to be a Conservative. He convincingly argued that we must continue to

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Have the Conservatives got it right on the Economy?

Have the Conservatives got it right on the Economy?

Backbencher August 12, 2013 0

By Joshua Rowlands The Conservative plans for deep spending cuts were greeted with a vicious uproar from the Labour Party and indeed much of the population upon its initiation in 2010. The Shadow Chancellor

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Tax Cuts – The Only Plan for Growth

Tax Cuts – The Only Plan for Growth

Olly Neville May 16, 2013 0

The biggest impediment to growth is within the Chancellor’s gift to remove France’s current triple dip recession not only provides the final nail in the coffin for the anti-austerity argument, but it also shows

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The Numbers Game: The Relevence Of GDP Figures

The Numbers Game: The Relevence Of GDP Figures

Backbencher May 10, 2013 0

Paul Parkinson asks: how relevant are GDP figures to ordinary people? Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures appear to be the holy grail for politicians, economists and commentators alike.   So much so, that one wonders

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Reforming Economic Theory

Reforming Economic Theory

Backbencher February 14, 2013 1

Corporatism, Free Markets, Public Investments…Is it time to rethink the whole subject of economic theory? The story of Britain’s economic liberalisation was based on the assumption that a stronger role for the state is economically

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Today’s Growth Figures In Context

Today’s Growth Figures In Context

Lee Jenkins October 25, 2012 2

Figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) today showed the British economy grew by 1 percent in the Third Quarter. This was significantly higher than the 0.6 percent expected by most. It

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