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Three steps to boost foreign investment

Sak Narwal - 25 Jun 2024

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Labour's plans for defence threaten our sovereignty

Radomir Tylecote & Alexander Baker - 20 Jun 2024

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Labour's building plans need a carrot as well as a stick

Sam Bowman & Ben Southwood - 18 Jun 2024

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Did monetarism work?

Tim Congdon - 11 Jun 2024

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Sense on Sovereignty

Noel Malcolm - 7 Jun 2024

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Political violence is no laughing matter

Theo Zenou & Sam Bidwell - 6 Jun 2024

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Liberty and Limited Government

Margaret Thatcher - 6 Jun 2024

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The next government must keep ISAs tax-free

Callum McGoldrick - 3 Jun 2024

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Will Labour break with the NHS dogma?

Damien Phillips - 31 May 2024

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Boomer investors beware, Gen T is hot on your heels

Richard Flynn - 31 May 2024

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The critical role of broad money: lessons from history

Damian Pudner - 30 May 2024

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Make no mistake, migration will be a key electoral battleground

Guy Dampier - 24 May 2024

A Conservative Agenda: Proposals for a fifth term

- 24 May 2024

Labour's private school plans are rooted in class war

- 22 May 2024

A free market approach to transport decarbonisation

- 21 May 2024

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Are public inquiries too expensive?

Dr Gerard Lyons - 20 May 2024

Victorian Values and Twentieth-Century Condescension

- 17 May 2024

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Why is the UK funding Cuban authoritarianism?

Orlando Gutiérrez-Boronat - 15 May 2024

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Touts will rejoice at Labour's ticket resale price cap

Bob Kupbens - 15 May 2024

Mandatory Christian worship has no place in modern education

- 14 May 2024

The common sense fight back

- 13 May 2024

Too much of a good thing?

- 10 May 2024

Politicising the Civil Service is nothing to fear

- 9 May 2024

CapX Exclusive

Mobile phones have no place in schools

Tale Heydarov - 3 May 2024

How to save the London Stock Exchange

- 2 May 2024

Does Joe Biden care about European security?

- 29 Apr 2024

Creating wealth and eliminating poverty

- 26 Apr 2024

CapX Exclusive

Big beer is killing the craft market

Jimmy Nicholls - 24 Apr 2024

Labour's plans to stop the boats don't hold water

- 23 Apr 2024

How smart regulation creates growth

- 22 Apr 2024

Katherine Birbalsingh's victory hides a dark truth about education

- 19 Apr 2024

Too big to live

- 19 Apr 2024

CapX Exclusive

Londoners deserve a city that never sleeps

Bill Sedat Frater - 18 Apr 2024

If Ukraine falls, the axis of evil grows stronger

- 18 Apr 2024

Assaulting a retail worker is already illegal

- 17 Apr 2024

Sunak can still honour his commitment to families

- 16 Apr 2024

Britain has a financial literacy problem

- 15 Apr 2024

How greenery became K-Popular

- 15 Apr 2024

Bernanke's verdict on the Bank of England is withering

- 12 Apr 2024

Greening the Tories

- 12 Apr 2024

CapX Exclusive

Tesla’s innovation and resilience could see it through this rough patch

Hamza Mudassir - 9 Apr 2024

We need to detoxify our trade unions

- 8 Apr 2024

The Nationalisation of Childhood

- 5 Apr 2024

Scotland's Tories are at a crossroads with the Hate Crime Act

- 3 Apr 2024

Rachel Reeves' inflation confuson

- 2 Apr 2024

A new paternalism is rearing its ugly head

- 27 Mar 2024

Want to build more houses? Make them greener

- 27 Mar 2024

How Capenhurst has taken on the Kremlin

- 26 Mar 2024

History, Capitalism and Freedom

- 22 Mar 2024

The Bank of England has committed its latest misstep

- 21 Mar 2024

The Windrush generation was built on agency

- 20 Mar 2024

A football regulator would foul the beautiful game

- 19 Mar 2024

Three Cheers for Selection: How grammar schools help the poor

- 15 Mar 2024

CapX Exclusive

How news organisations decide whether a photo is ‘too edited’

Andrew Pearsall - 14 Mar 2024

Back to work! Britain can't afford a four-day week

- 13 Mar 2024

How the Tories can retain Britain's coalfield communities

- 13 Mar 2024

Why Israel’s economy is resilient in spite of the war

- 8 Mar 2024

Every adult a share-owner

- 8 Mar 2024

We must continue to build on Margaret Thatcher's vision

- 7 Mar 2024

CapX Exclusive

Welcome steps from Hunt, but Britain is still struggling

Dr Gerard Lyons - 6 Mar 2024

Is dynamic pricing surging out of control?

- 6 Mar 2024

The Chancellor has a chance to improve students' lives

- 5 Mar 2024

Whoever wins the next election, academies are here to stay

- 5 Mar 2024

We can't improve social mobility without economic freedom

- 5 Mar 2024

We need a green Budget to make our lives cheaper

- 4 Mar 2024

Let's make this Budget work for first time buyers

- 4 Mar 2024

Blaming Churchill for the Bengal famine is historical illiteracy

- 1 Mar 2024

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We must protect London's Great Estates

John Kroencke - 29 Feb 2024

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Big dairy is distorting the milk market

Jimmy Nicholls - 29 Feb 2024

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The ghost of Toryism past: the spirit of Conservatism future

Michael Portillo - 23 Feb 2024

How to fix British farming

- 21 Feb 2024

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Punk has died at Brewdog

Jimmy Nicholls - 20 Feb 2024

How popular is Rishi Sunak among British Indians?

- 14 Feb 2024

An energy drink ban would be primed for failure

- 12 Feb 2024

How to be British

- 9 Feb 2024

Devolution is the key to making Britain 'one nation' again

- 9 Feb 2024

Labour's £28bn green U-turn is an opportunity for the Tories

- 8 Feb 2024

Closing the digital divide, opening up opportunities

- 8 Feb 2024

Brexit freedoms for farmers!

- 7 Feb 2024

The politics of manners and the uses of inequality

- 2 Feb 2024

How to stop the apocalypse

- 2 Feb 2024

Will the European elections be a reckoning with green policies?

- 1 Feb 2024

'Free' childcare is a middle class perk that does nothing for equality

- 1 Feb 2024

Britain doesn't have enough infrastructure projects to meet investor demand

- 31 Jan 2024

CapX Exclusive

It's time to disband UNRWA

Dr. Jeremy Havardi - 30 Jan 2024

Would a leadership change improve the Conservatives' fortunes?

- 30 Jan 2024

When is a poppadom a crisp?

- 29 Jan 2024

What is a conservative?

- 26 Jan 2024

The government must stick to liberal principles when it comes to abortion buffer zones

- 25 Jan 2024

Employee-owned businesses can give young people a stake in the future

- 25 Jan 2024

Children are being hijacked by the nanny state – and we're all paying for it

- 24 Jan 2024

There's no point in boosting public sector productivity without spending cuts

- 23 Jan 2024

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An arts policy?

Kingsley Amis - 19 Jan 2024

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The unsung hero of economic freedom

Christian Bjørnskov & Martin Rode - 18 Jan 2024

Why inheritance tax should be reformed

- 17 Jan 2024

The West has ignored tensions in the Red Sea for far too long

- 16 Jan 2024

CapX Exclusive

What enforcement power does the International Court of Justice have in South Africa’s genocide case against Israel?

Victor Peskin - 15 Jan 2024

Nimbyism – the disease and the cure

- 12 Jan 2024

Zelensky's crackdown on 1,000-year-old Church cannot be beyond scrutiny

- 10 Jan 2024

Why the UK census should not be replaced with alternative sources of data

- 9 Jan 2024

Planes, trains and trade deals – it's time to reconnect with Northern Cyprus

- 8 Jan 2024

To reduce hostility towards Clean Air Zones, they must be made fairer

- 5 Jan 2024

In the season of hope, we can't forget the plight of Israel and Ukraine

- 4 Jan 2024

CapX Exclusive

'I am a Jew' – the power and the danger of admitting who you are

Chana Hughes - 3 Jan 2024

CapX's books of 2023

- 15 Dec 2023

In defence of drama school

- 15 Dec 2023

Don't leave SMEs out of the climate debate

- 15 Dec 2023

Schools are victims of a talent heist

- 14 Dec 2023

Should the government buy babies?

- 14 Dec 2023

How aid can help tackle the root causes of migration

- 14 Dec 2023

It's time to start celebrating our climate successes

- 13 Dec 2023

Home-in-one: Do golf courses hold the key to solving the UK's housing crisis?

- 13 Dec 2023

What are the secrets of success in modern Britain?

- 11 Dec 2023

When it comes to supermarket loyalty schemes, does every little really help?

- 11 Dec 2023

Despite her flaws, Liz Truss was ahead of her time

- 8 Dec 2023

Social mobility shouldn't just be for those in the middle

- 6 Dec 2023

Industry must step up to stop underage vaping

- 6 Dec 2023

Britain is on the road to an EV revolution

- 5 Dec 2023

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It's time to march on with defence privatisation

Keith Hartley - 4 Dec 2023

Fair COP? Or will the latest climate summit be another festival of eco-extremism

- 1 Dec 2023

Those calling for tougher protest laws should be careful what they wish for

- 1 Dec 2023

New Zealand has given in to cravings, but Britain shouldn't quit on the smoking ban

- 30 Nov 2023

Having a single parent doesn’t determine your life chances – the data shows poverty is far more important

- 27 Nov 2023

CapX Exclusive

Britain must end its illegal occupation of the Chagos Islands

Peter Harris - 27 Nov 2023

More than just a motto – schools with a philosophy are better for pupils

- 24 Nov 2023

We rarely hear about the disasters that were avoided – but there’s a lot we can learn from them

- 23 Nov 2023

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Big in Japan – why we should look to the Pacific for sound tobacco policy

Michael Landl - 23 Nov 2023

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Britain must not retreat from her overseas territories

Jimmy Nicholls - 22 Nov 2023

Does Labour understand growth?

- 21 Nov 2023

The UK needs hope, not just tax cuts

- 21 Nov 2023

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Labour must come clean over where it stands on the world’s trouble spots

Rikki Williams - 20 Nov 2023

Rather than scrapping them, the Tories should reform wealth taxes 

- 17 Nov 2023

Crime-riddled California, freedom-loving Texas and a lesson for Britain

- 16 Nov 2023

India, Israel and the economic consequences of terror

- 14 Nov 2023

Entrenching failure – how absurd digging rules are holding back a solar revolution

- 13 Nov 2023

The EU and the WHO's sinister collusion against vaping

- 10 Nov 2023

Israel, Palestine and the Labour party history that has made Keir Starmer’s position so difficult

- 9 Nov 2023

How tax policies are punishing parents

- 9 Nov 2023

Rent controls have failed everywhere – and Edinburgh is no different

- 9 Nov 2023

Armistice Day marches will only harm the Palestinian cause

- 8 Nov 2023

Bridging the digital divide is key to the future of our rural communities

- 8 Nov 2023

Primary schools are dramatically underestimating our children

- 6 Nov 2023

Do you trust AI to write the news? It already is – and not without issues

- 6 Nov 2023

Policymakers must walk the AI tightrope between safety and innovation

- 3 Nov 2023

Why are there still so few female entrepreneurs?

- 2 Nov 2023

How the UK can harness global talent

- 1 Nov 2023

Politicians are finally waking up to the need for financial education

- 31 Oct 2023

The Chancellor needs to prove he gives a dram about Scotch whisky

- 31 Oct 2023

Why consent is key to a just transition to Net Zero

- 30 Oct 2023

The AI fraudsters are coming – we need to act now

- 30 Oct 2023

It's time to bridge the gap between education and employment

- 27 Oct 2023

A manifesto for housing

- 26 Oct 2023

Conservatives must accept that the age of fossil fuel dominance is over

- 25 Oct 2023

What the left gets wrong about education reforms

- 23 Oct 2023

CapX Exclusive

Defeating the Voice doesn't mean victory for Australian conservatives

Will Prescott - 20 Oct 2023

How the ‘laws of war’ apply to the conflict between Israel and Hamas

- 16 Oct 2023

Four reasons to spend at least three days a week in the office

- 6 Oct 2023

Time for regulators to end Amazon and Microsoft's party in the Cloud

- 5 Oct 2023

The smoking ban is a breath of fresh air

- 4 Oct 2023

Rising visa costs are putting the UK tech sector at risk

- 4 Oct 2023

Labour attacks on private schools are just the start – universities could be next

- 4 Oct 2023

Banning disposable vapes is a gift for black market criminals

- 3 Oct 2023

Labour's private schools policy is age-old socialist propaganda

- 2 Oct 2023

How young Lib Dems got a 'Nimby' party to back housing

- 27 Sep 2023

If the Home Secretary really wants to stop the boats, humanitarian visas should be part of the part of the policy mix

- 26 Sep 2023

CapX Exclusive

Rejoining the EU's Horizon programme will stifle British science

Professor Angus Dalgleish - 26 Sep 2023

Is the West in a cold war with Opec?

- 25 Sep 2023

Sunak is gambling with his Party's hard-won green credentials

- 21 Sep 2023

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Don't let Labour use Northern Ireland to take us back into the EU

Sammy Wilson MP - 20 Sep 2023

Does Labour have any answers on water pollution?

- 18 Sep 2023

How to put wind in the sails of the UK's renewables rollout

Virginia Crosbie MP - 15 Sep 2023

Unleash Britain's thriving creative industries by focusing on ART

- 14 Sep 2023

When it comes to espionage techniques, China lets a thousand flowers bloom

- 12 Sep 2023

Rishi is wrong – immigration has got something to do with business

- 11 Sep 2023

Gambling addicts need help, not pointless red tape

- 11 Sep 2023

Let’s swap culture wars for a constructive conversation about our history

- 8 Sep 2023

We can do better by Syrian refugees – and help businesses too

- 8 Sep 2023

Until people on welfare can trust the system, they won't get back to work

- 7 Sep 2023

How China's 'little giants' could dominate strategic technologies

- 6 Sep 2023

Is the Government backtracking on environmental protection?

- 5 Sep 2023

How can the UK respond to the global tilt towards protectionism?

- 5 Sep 2023

Claims that developers are responsible for water pollution are a load of poo

- 4 Sep 2023

The Bank of England needs to own up to its monetary mismanagement

- 1 Sep 2023

Israel and Morocco are striding towards a peaceful future

- 1 Sep 2023

The decline of religious freedom in Nigeria should worry us all

- 31 Aug 2023

Rishi faces an electoral car crash if he doesn’t end the war on motorists

- 31 Aug 2023

When it comes to China, the EU has been asleep at the wheel

- 30 Aug 2023

Is Net Zero a youth tax?

- 30 Aug 2023

What's BBC Bitesize really teaching our kids?

- 25 Aug 2023

Give former colonies aid, not reparations for slavery

- 25 Aug 2023

Building transport in Britain doesn't have to be this hard

- 25 Aug 2023

The nanny state's bizarre campaign against baby formula

- 24 Aug 2023

There may be fewer top GCSE grades this year, but that doesn't mean that standards are lower

- 24 Aug 2023

Ukraine war: drones are changing the conflict – both on the frontline and beyond

- 18 Aug 2023

Why Labour's talk of ending 'tax breaks' for private schools is a dangerous deceit

- 17 Aug 2023

Britain's heating revolution is on the right track, but it's time to scale up

- 16 Aug 2023

Offices: how bad will the property crunch be?

- 15 Aug 2023

University isn't the only solution – we need to encourage exploration through work experience

- 15 Aug 2023

Why the Government's long-delayed waste reforms must go beyond recycling

- 14 Aug 2023

Four billion reasons the Government should stick to its guns on electric vehicles

- 11 Aug 2023

Why is the Government rolling out the red carpet for its opponents?

- 11 Aug 2023

Tackling dud degrees is only half the battle

- 10 Aug 2023

Why 'Professor's Privilege' is not a silver bullet for innovation

- 9 Aug 2023

Is the Government finally getting a grip on the 'broken' asylum system?

- 8 Aug 2023

What the UK can learn from Sweden about a smoke-free future

- 3 Aug 2023

Our commitment to nuclear shows Conservatives are leading the way to a green future

- 2 Aug 2023

Is there any evidence that advertising bans reduce demand for alcohol?

- 31 Jul 2023

Bank account closures don’t just affect ‘politically exposed persons’ – sex workers have struggled with financial exclusion for years

- 31 Jul 2023

Cambridge shows how universities can help make Britain a start-up superpower

- 28 Jul 2023

What's gone wrong at the CMA? Perhaps Friedrich Hayek has the answer...

- 28 Jul 2023

Is going easy on Net Zero a good tactic for the Tories?

- 25 Jul 2023

My family's ordeal reveals the strange, dystopian world of school gender policies

- 19 Jul 2023

CPTPP membership is worth much more to Britain than '0.08% of GDP'

- 17 Jul 2023

Electric cars aren't as green as you think

Cosima Zaveta - 17 Jul 2023

How an American court struck a blow for British gamers

- 14 Jul 2023

Why would we spend £15bn turning private homes into council houses?

- 14 Jul 2023

Ban cross-sex pronouns in schools

- 13 Jul 2023

When it comes to long-term detention, the Illegal Migration Bill would make a bad situation worse

- 12 Jul 2023

Shortsighted economic forecasts are holding back growth – there is a better way

- 12 Jul 2023

Trust the market to deliver new fossil fuel car phase-out by 2030

- 11 Jul 2023

How to make our tax system fairer for families

- 10 Jul 2023

Time to abolish student loans and replace them with 'ISAs'

- 10 Jul 2023

Starmer should acknowledge that strict schools are better for students

- 6 Jul 2023

CapX Exclusive

Brian Cox proves that clever people are more susceptible to Brexit confirmation bias

Laura Dodsworth & Patrick Fagan - 6 Jul 2023

What's the point of woke regulators?

- 6 Jul 2023

How schools can be anchors for our left-behind communities

- 5 Jul 2023

The SNP will be to blame if Orkney joins Norway

- 4 Jul 2023

When it comes to tech, Britain should take a leaf out of Macron's book

- 3 Jul 2023

Happy 300th birthday to Adam Smith – his work is more relevant than ever

- 30 Jun 2023

Is Harry and Meghan’s failure a sign the podcast bubble is bursting?

- 29 Jun 2023

Corporates should beware the sugar-rush of identity politics

- 29 Jun 2023

Living longer with the Proportional Property Tax

- 29 Jun 2023

The Conservatives will give people freedom and control over their own health

- 28 Jun 2023

Britain faces a savings crisis – and the FCA must act now

- 28 Jun 2023

CapX Exclusive

There is a way to restore devolution to Northern Ireland – but is there political will?

Nigel Dodds - 27 Jun 2023

Britain is doing badly on inflation – and the Bank of England must take its share the blame

- 27 Jun 2023

Want to grow the economy without boosting inflation? Start with stamp duty

- 27 Jun 2023

How Conservatives should counter Labour's green energy plans

- 26 Jun 2023

Licensing scheme risks stifling startups

- 26 Jun 2023

Brexit has released the City from the chains of Brussels – now let's make the most of it

- 23 Jun 2023

Here's one way to ease London's housing crisis

Lee Wingate - 22 Jun 2023

The cynicism of sportswashing has infected English football – and made it thoroughly boring

- 21 Jun 2023

In an evolving global trading system, joining the CPTPP looks a good fit for the UK

- 21 Jun 2023

The Brexit dividend: deregulation and economic growth

- 20 Jun 2023

'Hamster wheel households' are feeling the mortgage pain

- 19 Jun 2023

The UK faces a spiralling debt omnicrisis – and one chance to put things right

- 16 Jun 2023

The public wants more onshore wind, so why is the Government dithering?

- 14 Jun 2023

Were lockdowns really worth all the economic and social damage they wrought?

- 7 Jun 2023

Why saving for a pension has become more risky

- 6 Jun 2023

For the sake of Britain's startups, it's time to bring competition policy into the 21st century

- 5 Jun 2023

The UK’s recycling system is confusing, chaotic and broken – here’s how to fix it

- 5 Jun 2023

The world cannot turn a blind eye to Libya's crisis

- 5 Jun 2023

Britain needs more high-skill immigration – here's the best way to get it

- 1 Jun 2023

When it comes to employment reform, the Government needs to see the gig picture

- 31 May 2023

The marking boycott is holding students' futures to ransom

- 30 May 2023

How Erdogan held onto power in Turkey, and what this means for the country’s future

- 30 May 2023

Price inflation: five ways stronger UK supply chains can help reduce rising food costs

- 25 May 2023

Cracking down on dependents misses the real problem with student migration

- 22 May 2023

AI: evolution is making us treat it like a human, and we need to kick the habit

- 19 May 2023

CapX Exclusive

Blaming Brexit distracts from the real cause of Britain's declining exports

Phil Radford - 18 May 2023

Fixing the Green Belt will save Britain, if you actually do it

- 18 May 2023

What the 'Muckle Spate' can teach us about resilience in policymaking

- 18 May 2023

Up the bracket: freezing thresholds is dramatically changing our tax system

- 16 May 2023

UK economy – why the Bank of England is now more upbeat than the IMF

- 16 May 2023

Badenoch's regulatory reforms are just the beginning of the story, not the end

- 15 May 2023

Does British tourism really need the royal family?

- 10 May 2023

Shrinking Whitehall: how a leaner civil service could lower costs and deliver better outcomes

- 9 May 2023

Britain's young voters must replace apathy with agency

- 5 May 2023

It is time to grasp the opportunities of flexible working

- 28 Apr 2023

Has the political mood music on crypto changed for good?

- 28 Apr 2023

What should Sunak's 'maths to 18' mean in practice?

- 28 Apr 2023

Funding fundamentals: the way science is financed has been overlooked for too long

- 27 Apr 2023

Passport to prosper – startups need a speedier immigration system

- 26 Apr 2023

The civil service is too disorganised for sinister plots

- 25 Apr 2023

How do we inspire innovation? The answer is anything but innovative...

- 25 Apr 2023

The real problem with 15-minute cities

- 20 Apr 2023

Progress or regression: Greeks face a momentous choice at the upcoming election

- 19 Apr 2023

Why are student unions supporting strikes that harm their own members?

- 18 Apr 2023

We don't need more heavy-handed regulation to tackle single-use plastics

- 18 Apr 2023

Can Jeremy Corbyn go it alone in Islington North? What the evidence tells us

- 17 Apr 2023

Strikes used to be about battling exploitation, now they are a weapon for the well-off

- 17 Apr 2023

The pure folly of Germany's nuclear phase-out

- 14 Apr 2023

We can't stop the boats unless we can turn them back

- 13 Apr 2023

Journalists needs to be more critical of the way governments use ‘nudging’ to change our behaviour – here’s why

- 12 Apr 2023

The UK must not give in to the anti-vaping zealots

- 11 Apr 2023

The Government's AI strategy is a recipe for irrelevance

- 6 Apr 2023

The New Britain by Nigel Lawson

- 5 Apr 2023

Sunak must use technology to grip the migration crisis and prove the state can deliver

- 5 Apr 2023

The New Conservatism – by Nigel Lawson

- 4 Apr 2023

The UK joining CPTPP is a seismic moment for the global trading system

- 31 Mar 2023

Are there really no votes in foreign policy?

- 30 Mar 2023

Beyond the English Channel: why a global crisis needs global solutions

- 29 Mar 2023

Global Britain can lead the world in resolving the Cyprus issue

- 28 Mar 2023

Nuclear is one of the greenest energy sources in existence – here's why

- 22 Mar 2023

Thunder Down Under – AUKUS will fundamentally alter the balance of power in the Indo-Pacific

- 22 Mar 2023

The West must stand up to Putin's weaponisation of food exports

- 21 Mar 2023

Helping business to recruit marginalised people can turbo-boost the Budget

- 17 Mar 2023

Britain’s booming offshore wind sector is in peril if the Government doesn't change tack

- 16 Mar 2023

The Budget included one big Brexit win

- 16 Mar 2023

Get it built!

- 14 Mar 2023

We must not learn the wrong lessons from the Silicon Valley Bank collapse

- 13 Mar 2023

Three market solutions can help the Government reach its tree-planting pledge

- 10 Mar 2023

With Labour tanks on the lawn, Jeremy Hunt should launch a counteroffensive against damaging business taxes

- 8 Mar 2023

Cultural change is crucial to consigning smoking to the past

- 8 Mar 2023

What is driving current labour market shortages and how older workers could help

Joop Schippers - 6 Mar 2023

Boris Johnson, Liz Truss, Theresa May (and soon Nicola Sturgeon): the strange backbench lives of former national leaders

- 2 Mar 2023

Home working is here to stay – let’s embrace it and get our economy moving

- 1 Mar 2023

Can an unlikely Conservative coalition break the planning impasse?

- 27 Feb 2023

Gas prices are falling but your energy bills still won’t be affordable any time soon

- 27 Feb 2023

Ukraine: Russia’s inability to dominate the sea has changed the course of the war

- 23 Feb 2023

Britain is the stagnation nation – science and technology offers the way out

- 22 Feb 2023

Bottling it: Scotland's recycling scheme has become a costly, complex mess

- 22 Feb 2023

'Admirable' criminals? The courts can't have it both ways with Just Stop Oil protestors

- 21 Feb 2023

With Sturgeon on the way out, it's time to reform Scotland's undemocratic electoral system

- 21 Feb 2023

Could the housing market be about to get even worse?

- 20 Feb 2023

Ukraine 12 months at war: why Kyiv’s western allies must rethink the limits of their military aid

- 17 Feb 2023

If we want a fairer, more competitive app market, the Government must act now

- 16 Feb 2023

Big data: it's not the size of the sample, it's what you do with it

- 15 Feb 2023

Expanding 'free' childcare isn't going to solve our labour market crisis

- 14 Feb 2023

Easy as AZ – there's a very simple reason pharmaceuticals firms are leaving the UK

- 13 Feb 2023

The Online Safety Bill risks putting Hong Kong refugees in danger

- 13 Feb 2023

Golden labs – to create the next Silicon Valley, British scientists need more space

- 10 Feb 2023

What Rishi can learn from Mrs Thatcher about taming inflation

- 9 Feb 2023

Brexit Britain has done so much for Ukraine – now it should go a step further and provide planes

- 8 Feb 2023

The UK is much further from net zero than the Government would have you believe

- 8 Feb 2023

The problem with 'taxing posh schools to feed hungry kids'

- 7 Feb 2023

A new Science and Tech department is good news – but one crucial issue remains unsolved

- 7 Feb 2023

GP numbers continue to fall but the UK isn’t unique in losing family doctors

- 6 Feb 2023

The Net Zero arms race is on – and Britain is at risk of falling behind

- 6 Feb 2023

Levelling down: signing up to the OECD tax plan risks undermining key government policies

- 3 Feb 2023

Secretive government units are undermining free speech

- 3 Feb 2023

The Met police force is too big to govern – here’s how it should be broken up

- 2 Feb 2023

Good riddance to the misguided Help to Buy experiment

- 1 Feb 2023

Nudge, nudge - who's there?

- 1 Feb 2023

Britain must once again make a virtue of saving

- 31 Jan 2023

Once again, Oxfam's complaints about wealth and poverty miss the mark

- 30 Jan 2023

Sunak is about to make tax a whole lot more taxing – but there is time to change course

- 27 Jan 2023

Cheating after ChatGPT – will AI destroy academic integrity?

- 26 Jan 2023

What's wrong with claims of a '£1tn export failure'? Just about everything...

- 25 Jan 2023

How the UK can reach 'jet zero' without restricting flying

- 25 Jan 2023

The Government needs to think again about its damaging digital policies

- 25 Jan 2023

Time to break the conspiracy of silence around boys' under-achievement in school

- 24 Jan 2023

Mental health – it’s not always good to talk

- 19 Jan 2023

Germany should take a leaf out of Britain's book when it comes to supporting Ukraine

- 18 Jan 2023

Britain is already counting the cost of climate change, so why don't we have a plan for adaptation?

- 18 Jan 2023

Consumers will suffer if tech execs like me are criminalised

- 17 Jan 2023

Don’t let complacency jeopardise the UK's creative industries

- 17 Jan 2023

China: the rise of gen Z will have massive consequences for business and politics

- 13 Jan 2023

Will pension reform be Macron's Waterloo?

- 11 Jan 2023

A pandemic of risk aversion is killing progress

- 10 Jan 2023

What killer robots mean for the future of war

- 10 Jan 2023

The Government has two golden opportunities to boost financial education

- 9 Jan 2023

CapX Exclusive

The Prime Minister's plan lays the foundations for a brighter future

Laura Trott MP - 5 Jan 2023

Why older millennials don't vote Tory and how to win them back

- 4 Jan 2023

Deporting asylum seekers to Rwanda is a decision for the Government, not the courts

- 20 Dec 2022

Nuclear fusion: how scientists can turn latest breakthrough into a new clean power source

- 15 Dec 2022

Without reform, the NHS will never have enough staff

- 14 Dec 2022

What is the Reichsbürger movement accused of trying to overthrow the German government?

- 9 Dec 2022

Embrace startups for a slicker, leaner public sector

- 7 Dec 2022

How going green can help the UK get back in the black

- 6 Dec 2022

In defence of capitalism (by an AI)

- 5 Dec 2022

Are the trade unions holding Labour back? Here's what the public think...

- 5 Dec 2022

How to let Britain lead the way in the new food revolution

- 2 Dec 2022

Two no-brainers to to help solve the energy crisis

- 2 Dec 2022

Why legalising ecstasy should be a drug policy priority

- 1 Dec 2022

The days of the hydrogen car are already over

- 1 Dec 2022

How EU judges risk giving the green light to corruption

- 1 Dec 2022

Protests against strict Covid-zero policy are sweeping China – it’s anyone’s guess what happens now

- 29 Nov 2022

Let's look across the Atlantic to boost energy security

- 29 Nov 2022

Powering up the WFH revolution would transform lives – and earnings

- 24 Nov 2022

Beware a shady plan to ban solar panels from farms

- 23 Nov 2022

The story of the purple tomato – and why its success is a win for GM foods

- 22 Nov 2022

How employers could help young people onto the housing ladder

- 22 Nov 2022

International Men’s Day: Why are our politicians behind the curve of public opinion?

- 19 Nov 2022

Unleash the market and let Britain lead the green industrial revolution

- 18 Nov 2022

Be warned, a big nurses' pay rise could be a disaster for social care

- 18 Nov 2022

Opening doors for women entrepreneurs

- 18 Nov 2022

What's driving the great retirement?

- 17 Nov 2022

Inflation is one thing, but don't forget Britain's 'cost of government crisis'

- 17 Nov 2022

Unlocking the change this country needs

- 16 Nov 2022

In Backlog Britain, charities mind the queues

- 16 Nov 2022

8 billion people: why trying to control the population is often futile – and harmful

- 15 Nov 2022

Britain remade: a new campaign for economic growth

- 14 Nov 2022

Is now really the time for fiscal tightening?

- 14 Nov 2022

The Autumn Statement is a chance for Jeremy Hunt to regain the initiative on business rates

- 10 Nov 2022

Ill defined job descriptions enable MPs to abandon their constituents

- 9 Nov 2022

Policing free speech: why jailing two Met officers for ‘offensive’ messages should worry us all

- 9 Nov 2022

Why Meta’s share price collapse is good news for the future of social media

- 7 Nov 2022

Ukraine war: Putin is rewriting the rules of siege warfare this winter

- 4 Nov 2022

The cost of scamming crisis: how tech can lead the fightback against fraud

- 3 Nov 2022

Aim higher – university funding is not fit for purpose

- 2 Nov 2022

Ukraine war: what, if any, are the chances of toppling Putin and who might take over?

- 28 Oct 2022

The new Education Secretary must put financial literacy front and centre

- 28 Oct 2022

Gainsaying – the case against raising capital gains tax

- 27 Oct 2022

Why are so many parents putting their toddlers on TikTok?

- 26 Oct 2022

People, not just the markets, need confidence and stability too

- 25 Oct 2022

How the West can prevent a geopolitical catastrophe in Taiwan

- 25 Oct 2022

Penny Mordaunt has the experience and character to unite the party and the country

- 23 Oct 2022

How desk jobs alter your brain – and why they’re so tiring

- 21 Oct 2022

Iranian 'kamikaze' drones can inflict serious damage – but will not be a gamechanger

- 20 Oct 2022

Investment Zones deserve a fair crack of the whip

- 19 Oct 2022

How do we set the moral compass on AI-generated art?

- 13 Oct 2022

The popular path to Net Zero

- 12 Oct 2022

Putin wants to create a humanitarian crisis – so how can he be stopped?

- 12 Oct 2022

Over a barrel: how Opec is giving Putin an unwelcome boost

- 10 Oct 2022

Whitehall needs much more than another 'efficiency drive'

- 7 Oct 2022

To replace a US trade deal, Britain should form an economic union with the Commonwealth

- 5 Oct 2022

Has the tide turned on woke coppers?

- 5 Oct 2022

Why UK final-salary pensions may now be unpayable without state support

- 4 Oct 2022

Will the Red Wall have to make do with 'Singapore-on-Tees'?

- 4 Oct 2022

House prices: why a fall isn’t certain and wouldn’t help first-time buyers much anyway

- 3 Oct 2022

CapX Exclusive

Getting the bands back together: the case for a smoother tax system

Andrew Willshire - 3 Oct 2022

How can Truss get back on track?

- 1 Oct 2022

Two modest proposals to get Britain building

- 30 Sep 2022

The case for a rolling inflation target

- 30 Sep 2022

Diplomacy in the Middle East is difficult, but essential

- 29 Sep 2022

Investment Zones are very welcome for the East of England – but Truss should go even further

- 28 Sep 2022

To handle the politics of population, Britain needs an Office for Demographic Change

- 27 Sep 2022

Liz Truss must carry on where Boris left off – with a steadfast commitment to Ukraine

- 27 Sep 2022

How realistic is Labour's plan for zero-carbon energy by 2030?

- 26 Sep 2022

The mini-Budget had plenty for tech startups – but we hope there's a lot more to come

- 26 Sep 2022

The Government's growth plan must include a national energy efficiency programme

- 23 Sep 2022

Helping families to grow will help Britain grow

- 22 Sep 2022

If Truss wants a pro-growth tax system, this is where she should start

- 21 Sep 2022

A tough lesson: why I quit teaching after just a year in the job

- 21 Sep 2022

As the cost of living bites, businesses can step up and make a difference

- 20 Sep 2022

Pragmatic, formidable and resilient – Tessa Keswick was an inspiration

- 15 Sep 2022

Truss is right to tear up the Treasury rule book

- 15 Sep 2022

To prosper in the modern economy, Britain must create more 'superentrepreneurs'

- 15 Sep 2022

Time to send the EU's irresponsible anti-vaping regulations up in smoke

- 14 Sep 2022

How the new Education Secretary can get up to the mark

- 14 Sep 2022

Politicians can't be short-sighted on energy security

- 13 Sep 2022

Britain is in the grip of an energy crisis – so let's get fracking

- 7 Sep 2022

As a chaotic winter looms, a proper Tory policing strategy is long overdue

- 6 Sep 2022

UK energy crisis: why rationing is likely to happen this winter, whether Liz Truss likes it or not

- 6 Sep 2022

To level up and boost post-Brexit growth, a freeport on Anglesey is a clear winner

- 5 Sep 2022

Will the Government let our tech startups drown in a sea of misguided regulation?

- 2 Sep 2022

Under Macron, France has become an 'Anxiocratie' – now the French people have had enough

- 2 Sep 2022

Energy crisis: why the UK will be at the mercy of international gas prices for years to come

- 2 Sep 2022

To save British businesses, the next PM must look past Treasury orthodoxy

- 1 Sep 2022

How digital friction is eroding productivity

- 1 Sep 2022

Don't fall for rose-tinted revisionism about Mikhail Gorbachev

- 31 Aug 2022

Six priorities for the next Prime Minister's first 100 days

- 26 Aug 2022

Real moderates recognise that the greatest threat to Britain is the status quo

- 26 Aug 2022

Towards a green future for British steel

- 26 Aug 2022

The answer to Britain's problems? Ameliorism

- 25 Aug 2022

A manifesto for tech

- 25 Aug 2022

How bicycle number plates could break up the Union

- 24 Aug 2022

How the Taliban’s more effective and ‘fairer’ tax system helped it win control of Afghanistan

- 24 Aug 2022

Johnson's resignation is a chance for a private sector-led reset on levelling up

- 23 Aug 2022

High executive pay is no excuse for state intervention

- 22 Aug 2022

UK strikes: how industrial action at a major port could disrupt supplies of clothing, cars and canned food

- 19 Aug 2022

For the next government, boosting trade is a moral and economic imperative

- 19 Aug 2022

Why the next PM should take a long, hard look at biomass

- 18 Aug 2022

Lower taxes should be central to the next PM's pro-growth agenda

- 18 Aug 2022

Computer chips: while US and EU invest to challenge Asia, the UK industry is in mortal danger

- 17 Aug 2022

Rewriting EU law is all well and good – but doing it in a hurry would be a missed opportunity

- 17 Aug 2022

As Thatcher knew, we can combine sound money with sound action on climate change

- 16 Aug 2022

Sky-high bills and zero accountability – all is not well in the Olympic Village

- 12 Aug 2022

It's time for a dose of the same medicine that cured the 'Sick Man of Europe'

- 12 Aug 2022

Let's call time on the 'optional' restaurant service charge

- 10 Aug 2022

Promoting family should be a national priority – one we cannot afford to ignore

- 10 Aug 2022

Why a 'coalition of chaos' awaits the next Labour government

- 10 Aug 2022

After decades of Nimbyism, are we any nearer a cure?

- 9 Aug 2022

The UK urgently needs a strategic gas reserve

- 9 Aug 2022

UK drought: are farmers facing the crop failures of 1976 all over again?

- 8 Aug 2022

The next PM must make a big decision – what is Britain's role in the world?

- 8 Aug 2022

The Ukraine grain deal is a PR coup for Putin – and it will only prolong the war

- 5 Aug 2022

The next PM needs to introduce an Emergency Planning Act

- 5 Aug 2022

Britain must do better for children excluded from school

- 4 Aug 2022

Microchips: why it’s time to start thinking ahead

- 3 Aug 2022

A manifesto for nature: what the next PM must do for the environment

- 3 Aug 2022

The next Prime Minister should copy the French – in scrapping the licence fee

- 2 Aug 2022

Crowding out: how regional pay bargaining can boost levelling up

- 2 Aug 2022

The only way to cut taxes is to reform public services

- 1 Aug 2022

Liz Truss is the candidate who will do what she says and deliver for the British people

- 1 Aug 2022

Outlawing 'downblousing' and wolf-whistling would be another sop to the authoritarian left

- 29 Jul 2022

Allison Bailey has struck a vital blow against the gender identity bullies

- 28 Jul 2022

Depression: low serotonin may not be the cause – but antidepressants still work

- 25 Jul 2022

Why scrapping the corporation tax rise is a no-brainer

- 25 Jul 2022

Government and markets must work hand-in-hand to solve the housing crisis

- 22 Jul 2022

Rishi Sunak is best placed to unite our country with a new style of leadership

- 21 Jul 2022

Can the next Prime Minister save the Union?

- 20 Jul 2022

PM Penny will drag the unions back to reality

- 19 Jul 2022

In an age of meme politics, can MPs avoid being the butt of the joke?

- 19 Jul 2022

The next PM needs a tax strategy that goes beyond raising revenue

- 18 Jul 2022

Mind your manner: how can the next PM take on Nicola Sturgeon?

- 15 Jul 2022

Community organisations are raising the red flag – and the next PM must heed their warnings

- 14 Jul 2022

Russia is exploiting the Commonwealth: the UK must act now

- 14 Jul 2022

The next PM must strive for an 'enterprise-first' Britain

- 14 Jul 2022

The British people have never needed their freedom more

- 13 Jul 2022

Après le déluge – build the Arc!

- 13 Jul 2022

Nadhim Zahawi is the grownup in the room

- 12 Jul 2022

A new movement for enterprise, prosperity and growth

- 12 Jul 2022

The next Prime Minister must be even more committed to Ukraine

- 12 Jul 2022

Kemi Badenoch is an unapologetic Conservative who'll always be straight with voters

- 11 Jul 2022

Ukraine is losing this war – the west needs to massively step up its military aid

- 7 Jul 2022

Who's really to blame for rail strikes?

- 7 Jul 2022

Sir Keir's Brexit conversion shows British politics is working (sort of)

- 6 Jul 2022

Britain is leaking carbon – here's how to stop it

- 6 Jul 2022

UK oil and gas needs an economic viability test

- 4 Jul 2022

The next chapter of Hong Kong’s history is playing out here in the UK – let's make sure it has a happy ending

- 4 Jul 2022

Businesses have transformed how they deal with extreme risk – government must now do the same

- 1 Jul 2022

Poor value degrees are a huge problem – it's right the Government is looking at solving it

- 30 Jun 2022

Measuring chaos: why the world needs a dignity index

- 29 Jun 2022

Lifting the bankers' bonus cap is the right thing to do – and not just for the City of London

- 28 Jun 2022

When it comes to steel, Boris must avoid Donald Trump's mistakes

- 27 Jun 2022

CapX Exclusive

Roe overturned: What you need to know about the Supreme Court abortion decision

Linda C. McClain & Nicole Huberfeld - 27 Jun 2022

Lockdowns proved the public health panjandrums wrong about drinking

- 27 Jun 2022

Dominic Raab has thrown down the gauntlet to activist judges

- 24 Jun 2022

Better regulation is the key to solving Europe's aviation chaos

- 22 Jun 2022

To govern France, Macron must exchange hauteur for humility

- 21 Jun 2022

Regressive, ineffective and unnecessary – an online sales tax is no way to help the high street

- 21 Jun 2022

Will tax cuts really fuel inflation?

- 20 Jun 2022

Too many Brits don't know how to manage their money – here's how to help

- 20 Jun 2022

Stop talking to Tehran, and listen to Abadan

- 16 Jun 2022

Boris and the great glass tax elevator

- 16 Jun 2022

The British public are brimming with ideas – it's time Whitehall listened to them

- 16 Jun 2022

The case for Zero-Based Budgeting in the public sector

- 15 Jun 2022

Councils are sitting on billions of developer cash – let's use it to build more homes

- 15 Jun 2022

Who really 'won' the Banks/Cadwalladr defamation trial?

- 14 Jun 2022

To tackle the cost of living crisis, let's help drivers switch to electric cars

- 14 Jun 2022

When will I be able to upload my brain to a computer?

- 10 Jun 2022

How to make Global Britain a reality in the Indo-Pacific

- 10 Jun 2022

The Tories are right to revive Right to Buy – it is a policy to be proud of

- 9 Jun 2022

Staying in the single market is not the answer to Northern Ireland's problems

- 9 Jun 2022

I correctly predicted the vote on Boris Johnson’s leadership – here’s how I did it

- 8 Jun 2022

This year's Tax Freedom Day is no cause for celebration

- 8 Jun 2022

Faith in free markets will boost the 5G rollout

- 7 Jun 2022

Why France's over-centralised state is to blame for Champions League final chaos

- 6 Jun 2022

The case for UK shale is rock solid

- 6 Jun 2022

Why the Apple and Google app store monopoly could soon be over

- 1 Jun 2022

Battlefields of knowledge: how Britain’s coming debates over food and agriculture will play out

- 1 Jun 2022

Don’t penalise young Hongkongers who want to study in their new home, the UK

- 31 May 2022

CapX Exclusive

Getting to the heart of the abortion debate

Dr Jeremy Williams - 31 May 2022

Learning from New Labour's 'Levelling Up' mistakes

- 30 May 2022

Europe is in an energy conflict with Russia – it's time policymakers realised that

- 26 May 2022

With food prices rising, why are we adding to the problem with pointless tariffs?

- 24 May 2022

Gene editing is the key to getting cheaper, greener food

- 23 May 2022

The double standards of the Government's industrial relations policy

- 23 May 2022

Why a tax break for Boomers might be just what the housing market needs

- 20 May 2022

How Global Britain can attract the talented migrants we so badly need

- 19 May 2022

The Tories are losing their true-blue heartlands – here's how to win them back

- 19 May 2022

Let's bring Great British Railways home to York

- 19 May 2022

From energy to childcare, there's plenty the Government can do now to cut the cost of living

- 18 May 2022

Flexible, less bureaucratic childcare is vital to helping families with the cost of living

- 17 May 2022

Defunding the illiberal National Union of Students doesn't go far enough

- 17 May 2022

CapX Exclusive

Saving democracy: Dr Frank Luntz's Keith Joseph Memorial lecture

Dr Frank Luntz - 17 May 2022

Cryptocurrencies: why they’ve crashed and what it could mean for their future

- 16 May 2022

Don't let Partygate obscure the biggest lockdown injustices

- 13 May 2022

More oil and gas isn't a sustainable route to UK energy security

- 13 May 2022

Boris Johnson should be very worried about what 2022 local council results mean for the next general election

- 12 May 2022

Reshuffling local government is nowhere near enough to level up the economy

- 11 May 2022

The time is now to act on the integration of Health and Social Care

- 10 May 2022

It's not just workers who suffer from unclear employment rules – gig economy startups do too

- 9 May 2022

With the public finances in a mess, the Government should revisit the sell-off of student loans

- 9 May 2022

An online sales tax is a lose-lose for shoppers – it has to be stopped now

- 6 May 2022

Ukraine: Nato and the US aim to destroy the Russian military – it looks as if they may have the means to do it

- 4 May 2022

25 years from independence, the Bank of England badly needs to rethink its remit

- 4 May 2022

Four reasons the UK's migration picture is likely to change significantly

- 3 May 2022

It's time to inflation-proof the tax system

- 29 Apr 2022

Free speech is not hate speech – whatever the authoritarian left try to tell you

- 28 Apr 2022

To deliver energy independence, we must turn to UK manufacturers

- 28 Apr 2022

We should copy Denmark's approach and let asylum seekers work

- 27 Apr 2022

It’s easy being green with a hydrogen supply chain

- 25 Apr 2022

Why Britain will remain Macron’s bête-noire

- 25 Apr 2022

Russia: programme of ‘patriotic education’ aims to create next generation of Putin faithful

- 25 Apr 2022

Financial services regulatory reform could create a new golden age of investment in the UK’s infrastructure

- 25 Apr 2022

When it comes to tech, our police forces are more confused dad than Big Brother

- 22 Apr 2022

What is behind Germany's shameful reluctance to help Ukraine?

- 22 Apr 2022

What a £350,000 average house price means for first-time buyers in Great Britain

- 21 Apr 2022

We cannot let Putin use British citizens as diplomatic pawns

- 20 Apr 2022

Unless unionists can overcome division, they deserve to lose

- 20 Apr 2022

We need to talk about the English language

- 14 Apr 2022

In a global economy, the Laffer Curve has shifted – and the UK must take note

- 14 Apr 2022

Don't confuse sky-high prices with the end of oil

- 12 Apr 2022

British Muslims are vital allies in the fight against Ali Harbi Ali's brand of murderous extremism

- 12 Apr 2022

The pro-capitalist picture book every parent should read their toddler

- 11 Apr 2022

In defence of the non-doms

- 8 Apr 2022

Rural voters are abandoning the Government – here's how to win them back

- 8 Apr 2022

The Ukraine invasion has shown up the moral bankruptcy of the 'anti-imperialist' left

- 6 Apr 2022

Tsar Wars: why Russian support for Putin isn't just about media manipulation

- 6 Apr 2022

What's next for the National Lottery?

- 5 Apr 2022

Give up to level up – how going smoke-free can boost the poorest regions

- 5 Apr 2022

Ukraine: are reports of Russian troops mutinying and deserting true? It’s happened before

- 4 Apr 2022

Climate aid is an essential part of Britain's foreign policy

- 1 Apr 2022

Ukraine will not be like Korea – dogged resistance will turn it into Putin’s ‘bleeding ulcer’

- 30 Mar 2022

MPs must protect women's right to safe at-home abortion care

- 30 Mar 2022

Outdated regulation is a straitjacket on credit unions – just when we need them most

- 29 Mar 2022

The truth about the ‘great resignation’ – who changed jobs, where they went and why

- 29 Mar 2022

The case for more nuclear is clear - but how do we actually build it?

- 28 Mar 2022

The end of Covid shouldn't mean scrapping the skills we've learned along the way

- 28 Mar 2022

Can the EU defend Ukraine?

William Nattrass - 25 Mar 2022

Blaming the West for Russia's invasion is not 'realism', but moral self-deception

- 24 Mar 2022

Debt crisis? What debt crisis?

- 23 Mar 2022

The Treasury's tax calculations are detached from reality – but there is a better way

- 23 Mar 2022

Conservatives won't win without getting back to their free market roots

- 23 Mar 2022

Kemi Badenoch is forging a winning, conservative approach to tackling racial disparities

- 22 Mar 2022

A Hull of an idea: how remote working can shift the UK's economic geography

- 21 Mar 2022

How Vladimir Putin took control of Russian TV – and how that might be starting to crack

- 17 Mar 2022

In the face of a growing energy crisis, it's time to insulate

- 17 Mar 2022

Europe needs to stop 'West-washing' the war in Ukraine

- 17 Mar 2022

Interest rates are likely to rise by much less than most people are predicting

- 16 Mar 2022

The cost of war – how Russia’s economy will struggle to pay the price of invading Ukraine

- 14 Mar 2022

We need a new kind of finance to spark a long-term investment boom

- 11 Mar 2022

Will booking an Airbnb help Ukraine? Why people make counterproductive decisions about charity

- 11 Mar 2022

Bullying Bercow is gone – but are staff any safer in Parliament?

- 10 Mar 2022

Britannia, waive the rules: the UK must stop dragging its feet over Ukrainian refugees

- 9 Mar 2022

Defence cuts effectively paid for UK welfare state for 60 years – but that looks impossible after Ukraine

- 8 Mar 2022

How to open the door to women returning to work

- 8 Mar 2022

Trading Up: a plan to boost British exports in a post-Brexit world

- 7 Mar 2022

Economic freedom is in retreat – and that should worry everyone

- 7 Mar 2022

Why is Serbia Europe’s weak link in taking on Putin?

- 7 Mar 2022

Time to ditch centrism and reclaim capitalism for the people

- 4 Mar 2022

Global Britain is already here – but are we ready for it?

- 3 Mar 2022

The West risks launching an information war on itself

- 2 Mar 2022

Ukraine: why the sanctions won’t topple Putin

- 2 Mar 2022

GDPR threatens to the split the EU and US internet

- 1 Mar 2022

Is there a way back for French conservatism?

- 1 Mar 2022

Mastering the arts – how to get culture funding right

- 1 Mar 2022

Putin’s claim to rid Ukraine of Nazis is especially absurd given its history

- 28 Feb 2022

Neither students nor taxpayers are getting a fair deal from university

- 28 Feb 2022

As the world watches, my country is dying

- 25 Feb 2022

Forget 'partygate' – the cost of living is the biggest threat to Boris

- 25 Feb 2022

Beware over-regulating Britain's thriving digital economy

- 25 Feb 2022

It's time for Global Britain to shut down Londongrad

- 24 Feb 2022

Cold War 2 is here – and the West has lost its edge

- 23 Feb 2022

Ukraine: world financial markets have not broken sweat since the Russian escalation – why?

- 23 Feb 2022

Failed EU policies have harmed the environment – it's time to take back control of nature

- 22 Feb 2022

Russia wanted Munich, but it got a Ukrainian D-Day

- 22 Feb 2022

The UK should cut taxes to turbocharge solar power

- 22 Feb 2022

Goodbye and good riddance to golden visas

- 21 Feb 2022

What Jolyon Maugham gets wrong about human rights

- 21 Feb 2022

Only by taking our fair share of refugees can we protect our borders

- 21 Feb 2022

To make the most of Brexit, we should embrace radical freeports

- 18 Feb 2022

The Government's latest proposals risk crippling the UK's internet economy

- 18 Feb 2022

The problem with BritCoin

- 17 Feb 2022

Is there any money left? The UK economy after Covid

- 15 Feb 2022

Peace on Russia's terms is not peace, but capitulation

- 15 Feb 2022

The Levelling Up White Paper is a missed opportunity to boost charity and volunteering

- 15 Feb 2022

As long as politics prevails, policy is paralysed

- 15 Feb 2022

Shoot for the moon: how to give humanity a stake in space

- 11 Feb 2022

How Brexit blew up Indyref2

- 10 Feb 2022

Build Basque Better: what Britain can learn from a region that has already 'levelled up'

- 9 Feb 2022

Millions more jobs, higher wages and increased exports await a Global Britain

- 9 Feb 2022

How Britain can unleash £1 trillion worth of exports

- 7 Feb 2022

The council tax 'rebate' offers a stark lesson about our data-poor state

- 7 Feb 2022

Devolution to England's counties is essential to levelling up

- 4 Feb 2022

Are we serious about growth?

- 3 Feb 2022

Britain is missing out on one of the biggest benefits of Brexit

- 2 Feb 2022

Why the Conservatives can't afford to ignore big cities

- 2 Feb 2022

If we want to build more homes, it's time to tackle restrictive covenants

- 31 Jan 2022

Sprucing up town centres will do little to 'level up' left behind areas

- 31 Jan 2022

Painting the Red Wall green

- 28 Jan 2022

The EU is on the road to a green planned economy

- 28 Jan 2022

Working from home benefits everyone – including low-paid workers

- 27 Jan 2022

For levelling up to work, London must be more competitive and equitable

- 27 Jan 2022

The NHS is having its worst winter ever – and the reasons run much deeper than Covid

- 26 Jan 2022

We Ukrainians are grateful for Britain's support – especially as others vacillate

- 24 Jan 2022

Plan B is ending – now it's time to roll back the Covid State

- 21 Jan 2022

With Charlie's Law, the Government can end the nightmare of parent-doctor conflict

- 20 Jan 2022

Ukraine's struggle against Putin is Britain's fight too

- 20 Jan 2022

Want stronger government data? Start with subsidies

- 19 Jan 2022

The NHS is broken – health tech can help fix it

- 19 Jan 2022

The BBC's move into the modern world is long overdue

- 18 Jan 2022

Looking East: there's a strong case for the UK joining the CPTPP

- 17 Jan 2022

The rise of the 'Culture Control Left' is an affront to the rule of law

- 15 Jan 2022

The tide has turned on Omicron – we should get rid of Plan B restrictions now

- 14 Jan 2022

Downing Street party: what the law actually said about work gatherings in May 2020

- 14 Jan 2022

Is it time for the Scottish Tories to think the unthinkable?

- 14 Jan 2022

Consumers will pay the price for a windfall tax on energy companies

- 13 Jan 2022

Levelling Up and Zeroing In: How to decarbonise and grow the economy at the same time

- 12 Jan 2022

Supply chains in 2022: shortages will continue, but for some sellers the problem will be too much stock

- 10 Jan 2022

Three decades on, the West still lacks a Central Asia strategy

- 7 Jan 2022

Parklets, traffic-free zones and outdoor eating: how Covid is transforming our cities

- 7 Jan 2022

The UK and Europe must face up to this orchestrated migrant crisis

- 21 Dec 2021

Will there be a ‘Santa Claus rally’ in the stock market this year?

- 20 Dec 2021

Remembering Linda Whetstone – a tireless, inspirational champion for the cause of freedom

- 17 Dec 2021

What are the public's priorities for Levelling Up? The answer should give ministers pause for thought

- 15 Dec 2021

The Online Safety Bill promises an unholy trinity of bad regulation

- 14 Dec 2021

Omicron might evade antibodies – but that doesn’t mean you don’t have immunity

- 13 Dec 2021

Splice of life: why Brexit Britain must embrace genetic engineering

- 10 Dec 2021

Helping victims help the police is the only way to eradicate the stain of modern slavery

- 10 Dec 2021

The West must take action against Iranian terrorism

- 10 Dec 2021

Why are we ignoring a cheap and potentially powerful weapon against Omicron?

- 10 Dec 2021

How councils are using 'gruel ban' housing rules to wage war on the poor

- 9 Dec 2021

What are the chances of a new war in Ukraine?

- 9 Dec 2021

Boris may have won this battle, but he could lose the war on court reform

- 8 Dec 2021

The EU needs a new right-wing alliance

- 7 Dec 2021

Singapore-on-Thames? Why Britain really should be learning from the Lion City

- 6 Dec 2021

It's time to increase the cost of Nimbyism

- 5 Dec 2021

Germany: the three biggest issues facing Chancellor Olaf Scholz

- 3 Dec 2021

Covid: will the UK vaccinate children under 12?

- 1 Dec 2021

Omicron and market sell-off: don’t be surprised if there’s more turbulence to come

- 30 Nov 2021

Freedom fuels – the ethical case for domestic oil and gas

- 25 Nov 2021

Central banks must not jump the gun on inflation

- 23 Nov 2021

Whether it's gas or borders, the only way to ensure European security is to stand up to Putin

- 23 Nov 2021

If we can't persuade people that freedom is the best way forward, we lose

- 23 Nov 2021

Whatever you think of Paul Dacre, our public bodies urgently need a shake-up

- 22 Nov 2021

It's not up to Boris or the British Museum to return the Elgin Marbles

- 22 Nov 2021

What Star Wars can teach us about the decline of democracy

- 19 Nov 2021

A Churchillian answer to the Covid debt

- 19 Nov 2021

What a Bosnian village can teach us about faith

- 18 Nov 2021

If we want to go green, ditch the hair shirt and embrace the market

- 18 Nov 2021

Why Levelling Up presents huge political risks for Boris Johnson

- 18 Nov 2021

Minsk is as much a threat to European security as Moscow

Emily Glynn - 17 Nov 2021

Electric cars could one day power your house – here’s how to make it happen

- 16 Nov 2021

The people believe in business – Big Government Boris should listen

- 15 Nov 2021

Human rights organisations are being hounded out of Hong Kong

- 15 Nov 2021

AI shop assistants: get ready for a world where you can’t tell humans and chatbots apart

- 11 Nov 2021

To stop students being ripped off, it's time for a radical reform of university funding

- 11 Nov 2021

Slavery victims need more support if we are to catch the gang masters

- 10 Nov 2021

Boris must beware the breakdown of the social contract

- 10 Nov 2021

Today's so-called 'anti-racists' remain blind to anti-Semitism

- 8 Nov 2021

Rishi's war chest? The economic data that could give Sunak room for tax cuts

- 5 Nov 2021

How Ukraine can help Europe plug the energy gap

- 3 Nov 2021

Why are teachers so miserable?

- 3 Nov 2021

Skills to pay the bills?

- 2 Nov 2021

Reconciling with Northern Ireland’s past, looking to its future

- 2 Nov 2021

Go ‘deep green’ with gentle density

- 1 Nov 2021

To solve climate change, stop the obsession with Net Zero and focus on small wins

- 1 Nov 2021

After the Budget, is Boris' vision of a 'science superpower' intact?

- 29 Oct 2021

Canada shows how to legalise cannabis – and then reap the rewards

- 29 Oct 2021

Why are there so few female entrepreneurs?

- 27 Oct 2021

Signing up to a global tax cartel would cost Brits billions

- 27 Oct 2021

The data dilemma

- 25 Oct 2021

Britain should not listen to the unaccountable, unscientific WHO on vaping

- 25 Oct 2021

Colin Jordan was no joke – and Ridley Road is a reminder that we ignore fascists at our peril

- 25 Oct 2021

Microschools are a great way to boost choice and quality in education

- 22 Oct 2021

Global Britain shouldn't forget about its own back yard

- 20 Oct 2021

A ban on American sprinkles really takes the biscuit

- 20 Oct 2021

Who wins gains? How capturing land value can revolutionise our infrastructure

- 19 Oct 2021

Unfair, expensive and pointless – there's no good argument for an online sales tax

- 19 Oct 2021

If the unions won't defend academic freedom, then who will?

- 19 Oct 2021

Sir David Amess, Jo Cox and the knotty problem of local constituency security

- 18 Oct 2021

What will it take for politicians to understand the gig economy?

- 15 Oct 2021

What has happened to western Europe’s centre right?

- 14 Oct 2021

SMEs deserve better: Solving the scourge of late payments

- 12 Oct 2021

The SNP has no idea how to defend Scotland

- 12 Oct 2021

Poles apart: is there any chance of another EU exit?

- 11 Oct 2021

Persona non Greta – not all Scots welcome COP26

- 11 Oct 2021

We are stronger together on the world stage

- 7 Oct 2021

In defence of Doing Business

- 7 Oct 2021

Conference season shows the Nimbys have triumphed again

- 6 Oct 2021

Our grid is out of control – only nuclear can wrestle it back

- 4 Oct 2021

Global Britain needs a proper framework for dealing with China

- 3 Oct 2021

Forget the fuel crisis, the future of urban transport is airborne

- 1 Oct 2021

Bathtubs and why negative emissions technologies are more important than renewables

- 30 Sep 2021

Britain is failing to protect defecting spies and political refugees

- 29 Sep 2021

With no money and no nukes, an independent Scotland could become a pawn in China's game

- 29 Sep 2021

Bring on the farmbots!

- 28 Sep 2021

Better arguments are key to building more houses

- 24 Sep 2021

The Trudeau bubble deflates

- 22 Sep 2021

When it comes to subsidies, there really is a silver bullet

- 22 Sep 2021

Anti-capitalism and conspiracy theories are rarely far apart

- 21 Sep 2021

Where next in the fight against Islamist extremism?

- 20 Sep 2021

AUKUS is a victory for freedom, democracy and the rule of law

- 17 Sep 2021

Homes for Heroes: how to build 250,000 homes for frontline workers

- 16 Sep 2021

Is Facebook's new cryptocurrency about to upend the global financial system?

- 15 Sep 2021

Electricity prices have reached record highs – and the time-poor could suffer most

- 14 Sep 2021

Enough quick fixes – future generations should be at the heart of policy-making

- 10 Sep 2021

If Britain wants a slice of India’s digital economy, it should start investing now

- 9 Sep 2021

It's not just people we've abandoned in Afghanistan

- 7 Sep 2021

Asking young people to pay for social care will put an entire generation off ever voting Tory

- 7 Sep 2021

Our shrinking military leaves us vulnerable 

- 6 Sep 2021

Boomers vs millennials? Free yourself from the phoney generation wars

- 3 Sep 2021

Why we are reclaiming history from the distortions of Critical Race Theory

- 3 Sep 2021

It's easy being green – why market mechanisms beat heavy-handed interventionism

- 3 Sep 2021

We've feared Covid long enough, now it's time to focus on the 'roaring 20s'

- 1 Sep 2021

Your smartphone is not making you dumber – digital tech can enhance our cognitive abilities

- 31 Aug 2021

The UK has set an example on climate change – but the private sector must go further

- 31 Aug 2021

Like the Romans, the West’s Middle East humiliation signals its decline

- 31 Aug 2021

Westminster must now confront the anti-democrats in the SNP/Green 'alliance'

- 26 Aug 2021

Covid will mean serious challenges this school year, but it has had some silver linings too

- 26 Aug 2021

Scrapping the PCR stealth tax would give tourism a much-needed boost

- 26 Aug 2021

After Afghanistan, who will rely on America again?

- 25 Aug 2021

What now for Nato?

- 24 Aug 2021

Grand designs: how self-build can help solve the housing crisis

- 24 Aug 2021

It's time to liberate NHS staff from the quagmire of analogue bureaucracy

- 24 Aug 2021

Nando’s chicken shortage: how the pandemic has made supply and demand tougher to predict

- 23 Aug 2021

When 'building beautiful', it's what's on the inside that counts

- 20 Aug 2021

How 'free' university is pricing Scottish students out of a world-class education

- 20 Aug 2021

Beyond the blank slate: how basic instincts shape human societies

- 20 Aug 2021

Britain must play a leading role in defending Europe from Iranian interference

- 19 Aug 2021

Britain must stand up to genocidal regimes before it is too late

- 19 Aug 2021

To level up we need to go nuclear

- 19 Aug 2021

Where is Wales' wealth creation?

- 18 Aug 2021

How Bush, Blair and Biden lost Afghanistan

- 17 Aug 2021

Why describing all mass violence as 'terror' is a dangerous error

- 17 Aug 2021

After the US exit, the UK must step into the breach to save Afghans from the Taliban

- 16 Aug 2021

The dangers of green tech's dependence on rare-earth elements

- 13 Aug 2021

Will Covid be the Game of Thrones of politics, or the Little Britain?

- 12 Aug 2021

Messi's move to Paris is a key part of Qatar's game plan

- 12 Aug 2021

How the West's retreat from Afghanistan is bolstering Russia and China

- 12 Aug 2021

What does a degree actually cost?

- 11 Aug 2021

Strengthening the Union isn't just about Scotland

- 11 Aug 2021

Do new EU rules spell Le Crunch for UK asset managers selling into Europe?

- 10 Aug 2021

Don't vaccinate children – send jabs abroad

- 10 Aug 2021

How to unlock the economic potential of the East Midlands

- 10 Aug 2021

Three ways social media organisations can help beat anti-Semitism

- 5 Aug 2021

The UK must push for an inquiry into Iran's new president

- 5 Aug 2021

It's not fair for the poor to shoulder the cost of Net Zero – the middle classes must step up

- 4 Aug 2021

Biomass has a role to play, but it mustn't become a false friend

- 4 Aug 2021

The Government has begun to tackle the Chinese military’s exploitation of UK research – but there’s much more to do

- 30 Jul 2021

The beta variant is surging in mainland Europe – should the UK be worried?

- 30 Jul 2021

British reindustrialisation is no longer a dream, it's a reality

- 29 Jul 2021

The retreat from free market economics leaves the West exposed to the next crisis

- 28 Jul 2021

Raising National Insurance to fund social care isn't enough – we need a comprehensive ten-year strategy

- 27 Jul 2021

It will be a long hot summer for health lobbyists – let's hope a better bill emerges from it

- 26 Jul 2021

Advances in years? How Britain can lead the world in anti-ageing

- 23 Jul 2021

From the Pingdemic to vaccine passports, young people have had enough

- 23 Jul 2021

Servicing the Commonwealth: liberalising trade in the UK's strongest sector

- 23 Jul 2021

Friendly fire on Big Tech could mean start-ups are the collateral damage

- 22 Jul 2021

I’ve been chronicling Liverpool’s renaissance for 40 years – here’s why the city’s Unesco status should not have been removed

- 22 Jul 2021

Creating a digital state: from a one-stop shop to a no-stop shop

- 21 Jul 2021

A tax on jobs to pay for social care is a terrible idea

- 20 Jul 2021

TV news is outdated, time for politicians to embrace podcasts

- 20 Jul 2021

How a next generation Human Genome Project could save countless lives

- 20 Jul 2021

History lessons: the case against regulating ESG ratings agencies

- 19 Jul 2021

New powers for counties must be at the heart of Johnson's 'levelling up'

- 16 Jul 2021

Britain should actively recruit foreign talent, not just wait for it to come

- 16 Jul 2021

When it comes to the culture war, the Tories are in it for the long haul

- 16 Jul 2021

Most Covid deaths in England now are in the vaccinated – here’s why that shouldn’t alarm you

- 15 Jul 2021

Cubans are crying out for freedom from their Marxist dictatorship – Britain must listen

- 14 Jul 2021

How worried should we still be about the Brexit divorce bill?

- 14 Jul 2021

One way or another, we're all exposed to 'extremist' content

- 14 Jul 2021

How 'status quo Labour' have dealt the Tories a winning hand

- 13 Jul 2021

Managing the climate crisis starts with measurement

- 13 Jul 2021

There's no point in Keir Starmer facing off with the Corbynites

- 12 Jul 2021

Could Sturgeon 'do a Kinnock' and go to Europe on a huge salary?

- 12 Jul 2021

Cambridge must take care, but it's well within its rights to take money from the UAE

- 9 Jul 2021

What's the point of the Government's big corporate shake-up?

- 9 Jul 2021

All bets are off: the Gambling Commission is unfit to oversee the future of the National Lottery

- 9 Jul 2021

Dawn raids are not the way to enforce our immigration rules

- 9 Jul 2021

England V Italy 43AD – football and the echoes of ancient history

- 8 Jul 2021

Forget the triple lock, why not scrap the retirement age?

- 8 Jul 2021

How businesses can help build a more resilient generation

- 8 Jul 2021

China and the US race to dominate the ultimate strategic high ground: space

- 6 Jul 2021

The spectre of inflation is haunting Britain

- 6 Jul 2021

Celebrities trying to slap taxes on gadgets should exit stage left

- 5 Jul 2021

Let's scrap these pointless Covid rules and let schools get back to normal

- 2 Jul 2021

Is the traditional Tory belief in free enterprise leaving the station?

- 2 Jul 2021

Vince Cable's China apologism is a betrayal of liberal values

- 1 Jul 2021

Trans-Pacific trade is a big Brexit win

- 1 Jul 2021

'Taking back control' doesn't mean embracing supranational taxes

- 1 Jul 2021

Covid-19: Extending the gap between vaccine doses was the right thing to do

- 30 Jun 2021

Macron's presidency has entered injury time – can he come back?

- 29 Jun 2021

Why free trade and environmental standards must go hand in hand

- 29 Jun 2021

The usual critics might complain, but Eton's state sixth forms will change lives for the better

- 28 Jun 2021

Hancock shows how the Covid rules made mugs of us all

- 26 Jun 2021

Five years from the Brexit vote, 'Global Britain' is now much more than a slogan

- 23 Jun 2021

Brits should be able to buy Aussie beef without being fed a load of bull

- 23 Jun 2021

Endless errors have denied us the Freedom Day we deserve

- 21 Jun 2021

Chesham & Amersham: Ignore the 'pundit babble' and focus on facts

- 19 Jun 2021

Ending furlough will hit older workers hardest – here's how to soften the blow

- 17 Jun 2021

Britain is facing a perfect storm in green energy generation

- 17 Jun 2021

The Chancellor should stick to his guns and end the Universal Credit uplift

- 17 Jun 2021

The curious illiberalism of the modern 'liberal'

- 16 Jun 2021

Training for ministers is long overdue - but the Government should go further

- 16 Jun 2021

Delaying 'freedom day' shows the Government won't give up its new powers without a fight

- 15 Jun 2021

Brexit Britain will be a fintech success - because of its diversity and tolerance

- 15 Jun 2021

Schools must step up to protect pupils from sexual harassment

- 15 Jun 2021

Covid-19 may never go away, but practical herd immunity is within reach

- 14 Jun 2021

Scots are slowly realising you can't be independent and in the EU

- 14 Jun 2021

Reports of the death of the five-day week are greatly exaggerated

- 11 Jun 2021

Beware of 'Policy Intern Brain' – the source of so many bad ideas

- 11 Jun 2021

G7 summit: there's a big agenda, but the group's world-beating influence is much diminished

- 11 Jun 2021

The internet is held together with little more than spit, glue and hope

- 9 Jun 2021

What’s wrong with a carbon tax on Australian beef? Just about everything...

- 9 Jun 2021

For Lebanon, cutting British aid would be a catastrophe

- 9 Jun 2021

Britain can't afford to sleepwalk back to central planning

- 7 Jun 2021

Britain's surprising pandemic job market

- 7 Jun 2021

Why the lab leak theory must be formally investigated

- 4 Jun 2021

Cummings is right: we need to talk about strategic planning

- 4 Jun 2021

Superforecasters: what pandemic planners can learn from the world's best predictors

- 1 Jun 2021

Regulate badly now, pay later

- 28 May 2021

Lockdown, Alcoholics Anonymous and the laws of 'spiritual physics'

- 26 May 2021

If we really loved 'Our NHS', we'd see its faults

- 26 May 2021

Digital ID cards could give us freedom and security online

- 25 May 2021

Naming and shaming: how China is using 'discursive statecraft' against Britain

- 25 May 2021

Prince Charles is on the wrong side of history, again

- 25 May 2021

Belarus' rogue dictator has gone too far – and the West must do more than condemn him

- 24 May 2021

Britain must stand up to the WHO's anti-science attack on vaping

- 24 May 2021

A chip in the armour: How semiconductors are disrupting global trade

Professor Nayef Al-Rodhan - 20 May 2021

Seven practical ways to level up schools

- 20 May 2021

Our Oliver Twist public sector has forgotten the importance of spending restraint

- 19 May 2021

A close partnership with Nigeria is a must for Global Britain

- 18 May 2021

When it comes to food imports, consumers should be the Government's top priority

- 17 May 2021

Speeding up the snails: how tech can solve the productivity puzzle

- 17 May 2021

A new free speech law will do nothing to win over younger people

- 17 May 2021

Tories shouldn't pander to progressives – success depends on delivering for provincial England

- 14 May 2021

To fix social care, stop assuming it's an inevitability

- 14 May 2021

Britain has a duty to stand up for Hong Kong against communist thugs

- 13 May 2021

CapX Exclusive

Boris Johnson once said he'd eat his ID card – so why is he now eating his words?

Joe Bradshaw - 12 May 2021

How can we track the 'levelling up' agenda? A new Prosperity Index is a good place to start

- 12 May 2021

Ideocracy: the idea that explains Putin's Russia – and Sturgeon's Scotland

- 11 May 2021

The Hartlepool by-election shows the Bubble still doesn't get Boris

- 7 May 2021

Nazanin's return is long overdue – but any agreement with the Iranian regime will be painful

- 6 May 2021

Bill Gates: from Mr Microsoft to Mr Philanthropy

- 6 May 2021

The ecology of extremism

- 6 May 2021

As Europe struggles, the Brexit doom-mongers are being proven wrong

- 5 May 2021

Ministers have forgotten that freedom is our default setting, not a privilege

- 30 Apr 2021

Lebanon is a failed state – and a cash injection won't solve that

- 30 Apr 2021

From bioweapons to super soldiers: how the UK is joining the genomic technology arms race

- 30 Apr 2021

Biden and Starmer's 'trickle down economics' is nothing but a leftwing myth

- 30 Apr 2021

A renewed Iran deal is on the way – and it threatens all of our security

- 29 Apr 2021

A British-centric curriculum is a great way to unite our diverse country

- 28 Apr 2021

The end of 'non-crime hate incidents' would be a triumph for free speech

- 27 Apr 2021

Condemning China's human rights abuses shouldn't stop us cooperating on climate change

- 27 Apr 2021

Why a human baked bean is the best option in the Welsh elections

- 27 Apr 2021

They're not just an art fad – NFTs could change the world

- 26 Apr 2021