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22 May 2014
In this video the IEA’s Senior Research Fellow Kristian Niemietz outlines a free market approach to the cost of living squeeze. Building on his research in ‘Redefining the Poverty Debate’, he argues that the costs of many essential...
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8 May 2014
In 2012 Grover Norquist delivered the IEA’s annual Hayek lecture, entitled ‘U-Turn On The Road to Serfdom’. This was released in May 2014 as an IEA monograph.  In the lecture, Norquist addressed how those in favour of limited...
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10 Apr 2014
Iain Mansfield was named as winner of the IEA Brexit Prize, taking home the €100,000 prize for his winning entry, which outlines a blueprint for Britain after the EU.   Iain's submission was chosen from nearly 150 entries from...
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4 Apr 2014
Back in June 2013, the IEA launched the ‘Brexit Prize’ – a competition worth 100,000 euros to the individual or team who could develop the best blueprint for Britain’s future in the event of an EU referendum resulting in an...
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28 Mar 2014
ieaTV caught up with Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the former Prime Minister’s relationship with US President Ronald Reagan. In this video, Moore describes when the pair first met, and how their...
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28 Mar 2014
ieaTV caught up with Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the legacy of Thatcherism. In this video, Moore explains how her key legacy from a policy perspective was the export of privatisations around the world....
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28 Mar 2014
ieaTV caught up with Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the former Prime Minister’s changing attitude towards the European Union. In this video, Moore describes how Margaret Thatcher was initially in...
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28 Mar 2014
ieaTV caught up with Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the former Prime Minister’s approach to the Cold War. In this video, Moore describes how Margaret Thatcher provided a fresh approach to the conflict...
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28 Mar 2014
ieaTV caught up with Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the former Prime Minister’s beliefs in free market economics. Moore explained that Thatcher instinctively believed in market economics, but it was...
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28 Mar 2014
ieaTV recently interviewed Margaret Thatcher’s authorised biographer Charles Moore to discuss the former Prime Minister’s legacy. In the video above, Moore provides great insights as to how Margaret Thatcher’s stance on the market...
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20 Mar 2014
On the day after Budget 2014, the IEA and the Taxpayers’ Alliance co-hosted a post budget briefing with politicians and experts from across the political spectrum: Douglas Carswell MP (Conservative), Jeremy Browne MP (Lib Dem), Lord McFall (...
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20 Mar 2014
On the day after Budget 2014, the IEA and the Taxpayers’ Alliance co-hosted a post budget briefing with politicians and experts from across the political spectrum: Douglas Carswell MP (Conservative), Jeremy Browne MP (Lib Dem), Lord McFall (...
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20 Mar 2014
On the day after Budget 2014, the IEA and the Taxpayers’ Alliance co-hosted a post budget briefing with politicians and experts from across the political spectrum: Douglas Carswell MP (Conservative), Jeremy Browne MP (Lib Dem), Lord McFall (...
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20 Mar 2014
On the day after Budget 2014, the IEA and the Taxpayers’ Alliance co-hosted a post budget briefing with politicians and experts from across the political spectrum: Douglas Carswell MP (Conservative), Jeremy Browne MP (Lib Dem), Lord McFall (...
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18 Mar 2014
At the IEA’s annual State of the Economy Conference, former Monetary Policy Committee member Andrew Sentance delivered a speech entitled: ‘The era of cheap money – how cheap and for how long?’ Sentance used his speech to...
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18 Mar 2014
ieaTV recently caught up with science journalist Matt Ridley to discuss the potential benefits of shale gas exploration in the UK. In the interview above, Ridley explains that shale gas is readily available in the UK and can be extracted relatively...
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14 Mar 2014
Following the re-publication of James Bartholomew’s book ‘The Welfare State We’re In’, and the recent political rows over the future of the benefits system, ieaTV caught up with former secretary of state Peter Lilley MP to...
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13 Mar 2014
The IEA recently hosted the re-launch of James Bartholomew’s book ‘The Welfare State We’re In’. In the video above, ieaTV interview Bartholomew himself, alongside TV and film producer Martin Durkin, on the origins and...
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5 Mar 2014
The former governor of the central bank of Poland Professor Leszek Balcerowicz has been critical of those who blame the euro itself for all of the problems currently faced by Eurozone economies. ieaTV caught up with him at our annual State of the...
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4 Mar 2014
Former MPC member Andrew Sentance has been a strong critic of the Bank of England’s monetary policy over the past couple of years. ieaTV caught up with him at our State of the Economy conference to ask what advice he’d give the MPC for...