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Philip Booth
9 January 2015
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There are not many things that economists are agreed upon. However, to slightly corrupt a quip attributed to George Bernard Shaw, if you laid all the economists in the world end-to-end around the M25...
Richard Wellings
29 October 2012
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  The government’s new plan for a two-tier road tax system has many shortcomings. In particular, it fails to address the economic distortions created by a fiscal framework that taxes...
Oliver Knipping
4 January 2011
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Every year the same thing happens... We all look forward to the upcoming festive season with our families, or even to a well-deserved Christmas break. The festive mood may evaporate rather quickly,...
Richard Wellings
29 August 2009
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●  Gary Becker argues the Cash for Clunkers scheme is a bad idea at the wrong time   ●  Ruth Lea looks at the prospects for economic recovery   ●  John Redwood...
Gabriel Roth
12 September 2008
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Britain’s transport policy “Railways good, roads bad” is not sustainable, and proves once again that transport is too important to be left to the vicissitudes of politics. The time...