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Should Philip Hammond Cut VAT to Support Post-referendum Economy?

Thursday, 28 July 2016

In the Post-Brexit economy, what are the political and economic advantages a VAT cut would bring about? City A.M. journalist Jake Cordell outlines the thoughts of the UK’s leading economic thinkers with comment provided by Shanker Singham, Director of Economic Policy & Prosperity Studies at the Legatum Institute. (City A.M.) 

Commentary

How the US and Britain Help Kleptocracies Around the World

Friday, 13 May 2016

The British property market functions like an old-fashioned Swiss bank, providing safe real estate investments for owners who wish their identities and sources of income to be hidden, argues Anne Applebaum, Director of the Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute (Washington Post)

Commentary

Tax Policy Is Widening the Gender Gap

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Tax policies unfairly penalise secondary earners, generally women, across much of Europe, writes Legatum Fellow Victoria Bateman (BloombergView)

Commentary

Cameron’s Hypocrisy on Tax Won’t Wash with the Public

Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Labour's decision to call for an investigation into the Google deal makes sense both ethically and electorally, argues Abigail Watson, Research Intern at the Legatum Institute (LeftFootForward.org)

Commentary

Why a Sugar Tax is Not the Answer to Britain's Obesity Problem

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

It is exercise that will fix Britain’s obesity problems—not an over-complicated tax system, writes Abigail Watson, Research Intern at the Legatum Institute (LeftFootForward.org)

Commentary

Autumn Statement Verdict—Politics over Prosperity

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

If the Chancellor is serious about securing the future of the UK, the focus must go back to deficit elimination and true leadership in revolutionising our public services, writes Harriet Maltby, Government and Economics Researcher at the Legatum Institute (ConservativeHome)

Commentary

George Osborne is About to Run Into a Heap of Trouble

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

The cuts outlined in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement must be fair, and seen to be fair, writes Tim Montgomerie, Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute (CapX)

Events

International Tax Reform Opportunities and the US Elections

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Congressman George Holding, Representative for the 13th District of North Carolina, spoke to a group of bankers, journalists, and London-based US business leaders about the danger inherent in America’s isolationist foreign policy, the need for tax reform, and the surprising popularity of Donald Trump among even moderate Republicans.

Commentary

UK Must Prepare for the Asian Consumer Revolution

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Graeme Leach, Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute, offers eight reforms to position Britain for the coming Asian consumer revolution (City A.M)

Events

Pensions, Retirement and Taxation—with David Gauke, MP

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

On the eve of the Spring Budget, David Gauke MP, the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, addressed a small table of Business Forum members about pensions, tax reform and the future of Britain as a business centre.

News

The Debt Threat to Democracy: Part II

Monday, 28 May 2012

Tim Leunig argues that a democracy that works well will deliver sensible debt limits by consent, just as it will deliver sensible policies in a range of other policy areas.

Events

Two Major Challenges to Entrepreneurship in France

Monday, 2 April 2012

There are two major stumbling blocks for entrepreneurs in France: payroll taxes and the egalitarian culture.