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Investing in Manchester Suburbs Provides an Alternative Experience Compared to the City Centre

Investing in Manchester Suburbs Provides an Alternative Experience Compared to the City Centre

Ryan Thompson September 22, 2018 0

Landlords are fleeing to major cities across the UK, like Manchester, to source lucrative buy to let investment opportunities. Undoubtedly, the hubbub of most urban districts is saturated in the centre. Due to the

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The return of mercantilism? Libertarians and Trump’s trade war

The return of mercantilism? Libertarians and Trump’s trade war

Daniel Lewicki August 9, 2018 0

It is a generally uncontroversial tenant of economic liberalism that free trade is a ‘good thing’. This idea can be traced back to one of liberalism’s founding thinkers, 18 th century economist Adam Smith,

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The Price of Brexit: The Martyrdom of Business?

The Price of Brexit: The Martyrdom of Business?

Richard Marshall July 6, 2018 0

With Brexit now only a matter of months away, and nothing agreed, either with the EU or within the British cabinet, the martyrdom of our business to the cause of an ideologically driven Brexit

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CommonWeal are wrong – Scottish land seizures would be disastrous

CommonWeal are wrong – Scottish land seizures would be disastrous

Peter Sidor March 8, 2018 0

Public authorities would be allowed to seize land under the “Public Land Value Capture” proposal suggested by Scottish think tank Common Weal think tank. In short, public authorities should have the legal means to

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A Libertarian Approach to Student Debt

A Libertarian Approach to Student Debt

Chrissy Benson February 23, 2018 0

Both the Tories and Labour Party have attacked the current higher education funding system for leaving thousands of students in debt that they can never repay. While Corbyn admitted he could not promise to

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Are ‘care pensions’ the way ahead for social care?

Are ‘care pensions’ the way ahead for social care?

James Taylor February 22, 2018 0

An insurer’s policy paper, advising the introduction of a ‘care pension’ is gaining some traction. It aims to help tackle the continuing, worsening crisis the country faces in paying for care services. Treasury officials

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The Carillion Problem

The Carillion Problem

Richard Marshall January 16, 2018 0

This week has seen the fall of the ‘sick old man’ that was Carillion. The UK’s second largest construction firm, which holds hundreds of government contracts and employs tens of thousands of workers has

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Budget 2017: Social Care Forgotten

Budget 2017: Social Care Forgotten

James Taylor November 24, 2017 0

“Over a million of our elderly aren’t receiving the care they need and over £6 billion will have been cut from social care budgets by next March. I hope the honourable member begins to

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The Conservative case for a Universal Basic Income

The Conservative case for a Universal Basic Income

Sam Ancliff November 11, 2017 0

A Universal Basic Income (UBI) is something that has often been talked about among regional authorities and more rarely by national Governments, it is not a new concept by any means but it is

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Paradise not lost: Why tax avoidance is not immoral

Paradise not lost: Why tax avoidance is not immoral

Alex Roberts November 10, 2017 1

The “Paradise Papers” leak several days ago has got a number of celebrities in hot water with regards to certain investments in offshore schemes. Those involved include Lewis Hamilton, Bono, Lord Ashcroft and even

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