A collection of responses to today’s statement from the CPS, IEA, ASI and others.
Our politicians are looking for the wrong kind of answer. The answer wanted is, at best, a popular soundbite that elicits a quick sugar-fix. At worst the policy preferred is the one of least resistance – no matter its efficacy.
The burden has grown alarmingly. Even mediaeval serfs only had to work around a third of their time on behalf of their feudal overlords.
The economic and strategic cases for welcoming highly-skilled people to the UK are compelling. It will help defeat Putin’s regime.
There is clearly a demand by parents for a more bespoke education in a smaller class size.
Private sector actors and free markets can deliver a greener future for the UK and the world – if the Government is willing to let them.
This highly interventionist strategy lacks evidence, and is hardly a Conservative approach.
The Adam Smith Institute’s new report, Ignorantia Legis, shows the Government how it could stem the bloat of process-focused legislation.
The former will help to rebalance the economy and boost ‘levelling up’, but the latter will squeeze the foreign investment ‘global Britain’ needs.
It’s time to stop pretending there is any way to solve the shortage without building in the South and face up to what it will take to get that done.