The IEA reveals the winner of the Dorian Fisher Prize Essay Competition

Tom Goldsworthy has won this year's Dorian Fisher essay prize competition, for his essay on “Why Has the Proportion of the World’s Population Defined As being in ‘Extreme Poverty’ Declined and Can We Expect This To Continue?” Royal Grammar School High Wycombe won the prize for the highest number of entries. To find out more about the winning entry and the runners up, click here.

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By Mark Littlewood, 21st Sep 2014 ( comments)

Liberalising the UK’s suffocating planning laws would have a profound and beneficial effect on the cost of living. Instead of allowing development in undesirable brownfield locations, we should allow much more development on green belt land. That doesn’t mean destroying our parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty...but it does mean letting builders build in areas where people actually want to live.

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