Thing to cut before the school curriculum: Call for Evidence

Thing to cut before the school curriculum: Call for Evidence

This article appeared on TES Last Monday we saw the fruits of Justine Greening’s scrabbling down the back of the metaphorical DfE sofa, with the announcement of additional cash for the schools budget in 2018/19 and 2019/20. It is intended to ensure real terms growth...
Is it the end of the road for the combustion engine?

Is it the end of the road for the combustion engine?

This morning’s newspapers are filled with the story that Volvo is to go ‘all electric’ from 2019. Volvo announced yesterday that from 2019 it will no longer sell any cars that only have a petrol or diesel engine, and will focus instead on a new range of Battery...
The mechanics of the DUP deal

The mechanics of the DUP deal

By Dr Graham Gudgin Policy Exchange Chief Economic Adviser, former Director of the Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre and Special Advisor to the Northern Ireland First Minister from 1998-2002. The deal signed this week between the Conservative Government and...
Customs Union: A soft option with a dead end

Customs Union: A soft option with a dead end

Phillip Hammond is said to be the Cabinet’s pre-eminent exponent of a “soft Brexit” – by remaining in the Customs Union. On the Andrew Marr show yesterday he surprised some by stating that the UK should leave the Single Market and the Customs Union; but he hinted that...
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