There’s an obvious precedent for the sorts of pro-growth policies that Truss is offering: that of Ronald Reagan and his supply-side revolution.
Capital investment, human talent, and innovation activity are extremely mobile and impact positively on productivity, economic growth and public finances.
The first of a series of five articles on ConservativeHome this week about the main challenges that await the new Prime Minister.
The effect of benefit policy changes on the incomes of working-age adults and children since 2010 has been an average loss of £375 per year compared with a boost to pensioners of £510 per year.
Ministers should be charged with the task of raising the quality and volume of output we get for the large resources the state commits.
There is a lot of rhetoric about boosting vocational training, but we need to do more to deliver it in practice.
Whether or not you want to bin Johnson, it’s important that we give his replacement some serious thought.
But unless the Party offers them a genuine shot at prosperity, it risks sliding into decline.
Selaine Saxby and Julian Sturdy join a ConservativeHome Live discussion on how to develop the Rural Powerhouse.
His Mais lecture revealed more about what he’d be like as Chancellor during the normal times that once again are denied us.
The system deters labour mobility, impedes cutting-edge logistics, constrains growing industries, and prevents businesses from repurposing quickly.
Building up economic resilience will be necessary for a successful response to Brexit, Covid recovery and the transition to Net Zero.
The fundamental problem is that costs are going up faster than we are getting more productive.
New schemes will deliver on many fronts: income opportunities for farmers, a more resilient food system, and a healthy natural environment for us all.