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CapX 10h
Four ways to boost Britain without turning on the spending taps
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CapX 19h
The government's immigration reforms do amount to a labour supply shock - but there are several positive responses available, argues
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CapX 14h
Former Home Office official says Priti Patel is every mandarin's nightmare: a pushy, Leave-supporting woman with a natural instinct for the public's priorities
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CapX 13h
"It may seem strange to argue that a party where Richard Burgon is running for Deputy Leader needs to be dumber..."
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CapX 14h
Former Home Office official says Priti Patel is every mandarin's nightmare: a pushy, Leave-supporting woman with a natural instinct for the public's priorities
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Impetus 14h
Our Director of Policy, , argues Brexit should force us to focus anew on the 800,000 young people not in work or training.
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CapX 14h
"There’s more than a whiff of misogyny and – dare I say it – racism about this monstering. These are people unable to see Conservatism as more than a kind of temporary pathology to contain and if possible neutralise until a more sentient politics emerges.
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CapX 21h
"It displays what I nickname ‘arse-over-elbow’ leftism, where a progressive can furnish you with a complex analysis of the new social precariat but can’t see how twice electing a leader who fraternised with the IRA might go down with the British public."
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Bart Crisp 15h
Very, very good insight here
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Matt Singh 18h
A good metaphor. Of course, if voters start wondering whether you even support the team...
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Samantha Windett 17h
Less immigration will be a labour supply shock, but it also presents opportunities via
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James Harris 19h
In which I make a difficult argument: The Labour Party needs to be more stupid.
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CapX 19h
The government's immigration reforms do amount to a labour supply shock - but there are several positive responses available, argues
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CapX 20h
Could Oxbridge open up their exams beyond their own student population?
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CapX 20h
At times, such as the Skripal poisoning, the Labour leadership resembled a person trying to argue with a fan about whether they should indeed support their team
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CapX 21h
"It displays what I nickname ‘arse-over-elbow’ leftism, where a progressive can furnish you with a complex analysis of the new social precariat but can’t see how twice electing a leader who fraternised with the IRA might go down with the British public."
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CapX Feb 23
Anyone who thinks Bernie Sanders is somehow a moderate social democrat is kidding themselves - just look at his policies
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CapX Feb 23
"Hoping London’s prohibitive rental rates alone will entice founders elsewhere won’t be enough..."
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CapX Feb 23
"The fact that our passports are manufactured in France makes as little difference as the fact that the vast majority of Union flags are produced in China and as unimportant as it would be if Scottish rugby jerseys were made by a firm in Bologna"
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CapX Feb 23
A high-wage, high-skill economy sounds great - but it isn't necessarily that great a thing, argues
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