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HS twaddle

In a desperate bid to keep the HS2 vanity project alive, the transport minister will quote a report commissioned by HS2 Ltd which says HS2 will boost the economy by £15bn a year. That dubious figure is dwarfed by the potential … Continue reading

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IEA blog post

A blog post about the launch of the Poynton film: here.

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Good cuts and bad

Studies by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the TUC predict that by 2016-17, the cumulative cost of public service cuts for the poorest tenth of households will be £3,995 – or 31.7% of their average annual income (Heather Stewart in … Continue reading

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