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17 Jun 2010

Gary Becker argues for a major shift in immigration policy in The Daily Telegraph

8 Jun 2010

Mark Littlewood appears on Newsnight with Jeremy Paxman to debate the role of the state and necessary cuts

4 Jun 2010

Mark Littlewood is interviewed on Radio 5 Live about gun laws, marriage and the coalition's performance

30 May 2010

Mark Littlewood argues that the green lobby has over played it's hand on climate change on BBC Radio 4's 'Ethical...

30 May 2010

Letter in The Daily Telegraph by prominent free market think tankers and economists argues that CGT rise will...

27 May 2010

Quality contracts are not as good as claimed, writes John Hibbs in Route One

25 May 2010

Professor Philip Booth speaks to Russia Today about the Queen's Speech

24 May 2010

Mark Littlewood discusses the £6 billion of public spending cuts announced today, with Jeremy Vine on BBC Radio 2...

24 May 2010

While reform of state pensions has been kicked in to the long grass, private schemes are being squeezed ever-harder...

23 May 2010

Mark Littlewood argues on BBC Radio 5 live that cuts will be difficult, but are necessary

23 May 2010

Professor Philip Booth is interviewed on BBC Radio 4 on why self-interest is necessary

20 May 2010

Philip Booth's article in the Yorkshire Post

19 May 2010

A rise in CGT will harm Britain's economy, argues Dr Richard Wellings on The Daily Telegraph blog

19 May 2010

Professor Philip Booth argues on Conservative Home that the Coalition policy on CGT is seriously damaging

19 May 2010

Dr Richard Wellings writes in the Telegraph that Britain needs a policy of radical welfare reform

17 May 2010

Philip Booth writes in City AM about the need for fiscal responsibility

12 May 2010

Mark Littlewood blogs for The Telegraph about how the new coalition government could be a good thing for liberalism...

11 May 2010

Across a range of broadcast media, Mark Littlewood is arguing that deficit reduction requires stable government

11 May 2010

In an article on Critical Reaction Mark Littlewood argues a blue/yellow coaltion might now be the best option