The IEA responds to the Conservatives’ manifesto
The IEA responds to plans in Labour's manifesto
The IEA asserts that undue regulation by Ofcom over provision of sport on TV will harm British sport
If the Conservatives commitment to devolution of power is real, where are the big spending cuts and tax breaks?
“The people power rhetoric of the Conservatives sadly isn’t matched by their spending plans.”
“The Conservatives are rightly emphasising the urgent need to devolve power, but a real devolution of power must be matched by a sizeable reduction in Whitehall expenditure.”
“If the aim is to secure a large transfer of power from the centralised bureaucracy to individuals and local communities, then this needs to be reflected in substantial tax reductions.”
“The Conservatives’ flagship policy on education comes closest to genuine empowerment, but ducks the need to allow for-profit schools. Profit, not just good will, will be required to help motivate genuine local enterprise.”
Notes to Editors
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