Transforming welfare – incentives, localisation and non-discrimination (web publication)
SECOND EDITION. The Associate Editor of the Financial Times presents a passionate and persuasive defence of economic integration
Radical solutions need to be sought to get people off welfare and back into work
They tackle the full extent of the system from middle class benefits to those who are unemployed, those working part-time and those on low full-time incomes. If adopted this system would see less money being spent on bureaucracy, more people in work and people keeping more of their own money in the first place.
2010, Discussion Paper 32
The War Between the State and the Family by Patricia Morgan