Compulsory maths classes won’t cure stagnant growth
Christopher Snowdon quoted in The Daily Telegraph
Professor Len Shackleton writes for CapX
Matthew Lesh writes for City AM
“The UK has some of the world’s top universities, a record-high number of graduates, and impressive scientists. But none of that matters when a housing shortage prevents those skilled graduates from living in cities where they would be most productive. Nor does having top scientists matter when they cannot build successful companies – because of a shortage of laboratory space or barriers caused by red tape.”
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