Unemployment is low and the proportion of the total population in work is at an all-time high, but far too many people are in low productivity, insecure jobs, struggling to make ends meet. The thesis in this report is that all these problems would be much more manageable if the economy was performing better – growing faster and doing so with less regional inequality.
The Institute for Prosperity's latest report details the role that batteries and fuel cells have in decarbonising our economy as we approach the government's 2050 net-zero target, and how the UK needs to invest much more to stay competitive.
The Institute for Prosperity has launched a bold blueprint of 10 key policy reforms to revive the British manufacturing industry, and crucially, get our economy growing at over three per cent GDP again.
The Institute for Prosperity's latest report outlines the policies that will increase the amount of manufacturing in the UK and kickstart a new period of economic growth.
In his latest book, John Mills tackles The Elephant in the Room, which he describes as the economic policies pursued by consecutive over the last 40 years which has led to Britain deinstruialising on a scale unrivalled anywhere else in the world.