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After No: A practical blueprint for the UK outside the EU

Written by Miles Saltiel | Tuesday 22 April 2014

Type: Reports

Capitalism under siege

Written by Mikko I Arevuo | Wednesday 02 April 2014

Type: Think Pieces

Smoking, plain packaging, and public health

Written by Julian Morris | Monday 24 March 2014

Type: Reports

Bitcoin and the English legal system, part II

Written by Preston Byrne | Monday 17 March 2014

Type: Think Pieces

Who Pays Corporation Tax

Written by Ben Southwood | Monday 17 March 2014

Type: Reports

Bitcoin and the English legal system, part I

Written by Preston Byrne | Wednesday 05 March 2014

Type: Think Pieces

Cryptocurrency gets real

Written by Preston Byrne | Tuesday 18 February 2014

Type: Think Pieces

Scottish rates aren't fair

Written by Marcus Buist | Friday 14 February 2014

Type: Think Pieces

Technology, Privacy and Innovation in 2014

Written by Charlotte Bowyer | Tuesday 28 January 2014

Type: Think Pieces

Small firms and the EU: Curate's Exports

Written by Tim Ambler | Monday 27 January 2014

Type: Think Pieces

The Universal Credit can still improve Britain's welfare

Written by Daniel Pryor | Thursday 12 December 2013

Type: Think Pieces

School Vouchers for England

Written by James Croft, Anton Howes and Gabriel Sahlgren | Wednesday 04 December 2013

Type: Reports

Ayn Rand: More Relevant Now Than Ever

Written by Lars Seier Christensen | Wednesday 20 November 2013

Type: Think Pieces

The Trading Dead

Written by Tom Papworth | Monday 18 November 2013

Type: Reports

Bitcoin is poised to shake the world: are you paying attention?

Written by Michael Taylor | Thursday 07 November 2013

Type: Think Pieces

The government's new doomsmonger case for HS2

Written by John Burton | Friday 01 November 2013

Type: Think Pieces

Thatcherism, trade unionism and all that

Written by Charles Hanson | Wednesday 16 October 2013

Type: Think Pieces

Free Thoughts: Collected Columns of Jamie Whyte

Written by Jamie Whyte | Tuesday 15 October 2013

Type: Books

Cash in the Attic

Written by Nigel Hawkins | Thursday 10 October 2013

Type: Reports

The life and legacy of Ronald Coase

Written by Vuk Vukovic | Wednesday 04 September 2013

Type: Think Pieces

Burning down the house: Why Help to Buy will ruin Britain's housing market

Written by Adam Smith Institute | Monday 02 September 2013

Type: Reports

Good and bad objections to positive discrimination

Written by Ben Southwood | Thursday 27 June 2013

Type: Think Pieces

Busting welfare myths

Written by Geoffrey Taunton-Collins | Monday 20 May 2013

Type: Think Pieces

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