2015 General Election: Manifesto breakdown

With just under two weeks until the election, each of the main parties have put forward their plans in the hope to win over the electorate before May 7th. Responding to the manifestos of Labour, The Conservatives, The Liberal Democrats, UKIP and The Green Party, IEA representatives have had much to say on a whole host of policy areas, from the budget deficit and spending restraint to the EU and rail fares. To view the thoughts of IEA spokespeople on all the electoral proposals, click here. 

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media coverage - 26 Apr 2015

Chris Snowdon is featured in The Sunday Times

media coverage - 26 Apr 2015
media coverage - 27 Apr 2015
Research - 21 Apr 2015
Research - 2 Apr 2015
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By Victor Chukwuemeka, 27th Apr 2015 ( comments)

Ed Milliband promises to build 200,000 more homes by 2020, but if he is serious about this, he must go a lot further, and advocate a total deregulation of planning laws. The aim should be to take the politics out of planning and reduce bureaucracy. The economic and social benefits would be huge.

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