Institute for Economic Affairs

Institute for Economic Affairs

a right wing THINK TANK whose contribution to neo-liberal thinking especially influenced the Conservative Government of Margaret Thatcher.
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Julian Jessop, of the Institute for Economic Affairs, said: "The tax office knows your age, and there are precedents for applying different tax rates for different ages.
Walking away from the European Union without a deal on future relations would not be a disaster for the UK because the country could still enjoy most trade benefits, the Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA) said.
According to the Institute for Economic Affairs, only 3 percent of the guests that the BBC has invited to discuss Britain's pending EU referendum are Euro-skeptics.
A new study by the Institute for Economic Affairs has warned that only areas immediately around HS2 stations would benefit.
In a speech at the Institute for Economic Affairs, external Monetary Policy Committee member Ben Broadbent discusses the relationship between UK and global growth.
6bn, PS50bn and from the independent Institute for Economic Affairs PS80bn.
A report by the Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA) thinktank claimed the cost would soar to as much as [pounds sterling]80bn
Some observers have argued that even this sum is too low, with the Institute for Economic Affairs think-tank putting it as high as PS80 billion.
Free market think tank the Institute for Economic Affairs has claimed that the line could cost PS80 billion.
The IoD scepticism over the scheme, which will see a first, London to Birmingham, phase completed around 2026, follows a report last week by the Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA) which said the cost of HS2 could be as high as PS80 billion.
The IoD scepticism over the scheme, which will see a London to Birmingham phase completed around 2026, follows a report last week by the Institute for Economic Affairs which said the cost of HS2 could be as high as PS80bn.
The IoD's scepticism follows a report last week by the Institute for Economic Affairs which said the cost of HS2 could be as high as PS80bn.

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