22nd November – Taxing our way out of Covid-19 crisis will backfire, Rishi Sunak warned
Taxing its way out of the Covid-19 crisis risks permanent economic stagnation and “would massively backfire” on the Government, the Chancellor has been warned…. Rishi Sunak is due to deliver his statement on the Spending Review to the House of Commons on Wednesday as the Prime Minister attempts a fresh start following the departure of Dominic Cummings and Lee…
22nd November – Cash-strapped UK taxpayers ‘can’t take anymore’ warns think tank
Research from the Politeia think tank warns that the UK is facing a future of “permanent economic stagnation” if it fails to control public spending. Former City economist David B Smith is concerned that Britain’s tax burden already appeared close to the upper limit of “historic sustainability” before the pandemic with government spending at the…
4th November – Jonathan Isaby joins CSFI to discuss UK’s post Brexit relationship with the EU
Our Director, Jonathan Isaby, joined the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation’s panel to discuss ‘The UK’s post Brexit relationship with Europe: What do we want – and what will the EU let us have?’ with Wolfang Munchau.
30th October – Future lawyers can bypass university degree under legal reforms
The reforms have triggered controversy ever since they were first mooted about five years ago. In 2016 Anthony Bradney, a law professor at Keele University, published an 18-page diatribe through the Politeia think tank
17TH SEPTEMBER – JONATHAN ISABY APPEARS ON LIVE WITH LITTLEWOOD
The UK Internal Market Bill, UK negotiations with the EU and how to engender a post-Covid economic recovery were among the topics that came up when our Director, Jonathan Isaby, was one of the guests on the IEA’s Live with Littlewood.