Kate Andrews writes for City AM

Kate Andrews, News Editor at the Institute of Economic Affairs has written for City AM on capitalism. While communism has sent tens of millions to their deaths, capitalism has lifted over one billion people out of poverty in a quarter of a century alone. Free enterprise has raised our standard of living in miraculous ways, ... Continue reading

Kate Andrews appears on Spectator podcast

Kate Andrews, News Editor at the Institute of Economic Affairs has appeared on a Spectator podcast to whether Communism is still in vogue alongside Aaron Bastani. Communism often is not sold as what it actually means or is. Often people reference the Scandinavian countries as something to emulate, socialism and there is an idea that ... Continue reading

Chris Snowdon comments in The Sun

Chris Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the Institute of Economic Affairs has commented in The Sun on the story that state schools are teaching pupils how to avoid biscuits. No one disagrees with 'health education' in principle, but the curriculum is becoming so packed with worthy causes that children will soon not have time ... Continue reading

Len Shackleton appears on BBC Radio Surrey

Len Shackleton, Editorial Research Fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs has appeared on BBC Radio Surrey to discuss the gender pay gap. In the interview Len argues that we need to look at the measures that are being suggested in this instance. What tends to happen when you have incentives like better maternity pay, ... Continue reading

New IEA report features in the Daily Express

New IEA report on the importance of regulatory autonomy features in the Daily Express. The UK is in a unique position to sign a trade agreement with the EU because its regulations are already “identical or fully recognised” as a result of the country’s current status of having membership within the bloc. The proposal for ... Continue reading

New IEA report features in the Daily Mail

New IEA report on regulatory autonomy post-Brexit features in The Daily Mail. Britain's economy could be boosted by 7 per cent if it makes a clean break with EU red tape, according to a study published today. Regulatory autonomy holds the key to the UK’s post-Brexit success, as it would free British business from the dead ... Continue reading

New IEA report features in The Sun

New IEA report on regulatory autonomy post-Brexit features in The Sun. Moving away from the Chequers deal, the Prime Minister could boost GDP by 7 per cent by ripping up her Brexit vision and demanding regulatory freedom. Read the full article here. Further IEA reading: No Need To Queue: The Benefits of Free Trade Without Trade ... Continue reading

New IEA report features in The Sunday Telegraph

New IEA report on regulatory autonomy post-Brexit features in The Sunday Telegraph. A new report by the Institute of Economic Affairs think tank states that the Prime Minister's proposal for a "common rulebook" on the production of goods and agricultural products would force the country to become a "rule taker without any representation during the process of ... Continue reading

Mark Littlewood writes for The Times

Mark Littlewood, Director General of the Institute of Economic Affairs has written for The Times on the importance of regulatory autonomy post-Brexit. What has been brought to the fore in recent days has been the key link between control over regulation and an ability to trade more effectively with the 93 per cent of people ... Continue reading

IEA report features in the Financial Times

The IEA's new report on regulatory autonomy has featured in a piece in the Financial Times written by David Davis. Tying ourselves to EU regulations in goods without any say would mean that any new innovative UK company using artificial intelligence or biotechnology to develop life-changing products could find itself facing regulation that makes it ... Continue reading