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Corbyn's strategy of nationalisation, greater government intervention and more red tape will increase the tax burden...
Long-term prosperity will not be secured through higher taxes, higher spending and more regulation
The latest edition of the annual Economic Freedom of the World Report outlines where the UK ranks on economic...
New IEA paper dispels the myth that drinkers are a burden on the taxpayer
ECJ is right to stick to its principles on minimum pricing
The rise of zero-hours contracts is neither surprising nor important
The UK has nothing to fear from adopting market based reforms in healthcare
New IEA paper identifies the benefits of decriminalising Britain's sex industry
RBS should be returned to the private sector as soon as possible
New IEA report identifies the shortfalls of the Research Excellence Framework
There is no longer a case for the licence fee
New IEA research dispels the myth that government intervention in the sugar industry is justified
Calls to introduce a 20% tax on sugar are misguided
Politicians must stop hampering airport expansion
Ministers should aim to tackle the true causes of child poverty rather than focusing on inequality
New report debunks the myth that positive social and economic outcomes in Scandinavia are a result of a generous...
Mark Littlewood calls for politicians to be bold, but fair when it comes to welfare reform
Philip Booth responds to the papal encyclical
The IEA responds to proposals to crack down on tax avoidance by the European Commission