The release of Sharper Axes, Lower Taxes: Big Steps to a Smaller State has received a great deal of media attention, in print, on the airwaves and online.
- Mark Littlewood on BBC Radio 4's Today programme - listen here
- Mark Littlewood writing for Total Politics - 'The electorate wants a smaller state'
- Mark Littlewood writing for Lib Dem Voice - 'Sharper Axes, Lower Taxes'
- Ruth Porter writing for ConservativeHome - 'Sharper Axes, Lower Taxes - The British People Agree'
- Prof Philip Booth on BBC Radio 5 Live's 5 Live Drive - listen here
- Prof Philip Booth writing for The Sunday Times - 'Axeing the middle-class rackets will save billions' (subscription required)
- Prof Philip Booth writing for The Huffington Post - 'Big Steps to a Smaller State'
Other media coverage includes:
- Thinktank advocates abolition of the NHS and slashing overseas aid - The Guardian
- You call those 'savage cuts'? Actually they are dangerously pathetic - The Daily Mail
- Tax cuts worth £7,500 each or more public sector subsidies? You decide - The Daily Telegraph
- Taxpayers face £42,000 public pensions bill - The Daily Telegraph
- The Politics of Britain's Economic Illiteracy - PoliticsHome
- Media is failing public in many ways - City AM
- Public in dark on UK debt - City AM
- Slash taxes and cut spending further, urges Institute of Economic Affairs - Thisismoney.co.uk
- Spending cuts should actually go much deeper, says IEA - Management Today
- Call to cut another £215bn spending - MSN Money
- Support for Plan to Cut Public Spending & Taxes - UK Business News
- The REAL cost of Britain's debt mountain: £78,000 for every family... thanks to Labour - The Daily Mail