Tag Archives: welfare

  1. Universal Credit – a professional idea implemented by amateurs


    November 9, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    Sometimes it is important to differentiate between an bad policy and incompetent implementation. Universal credit gets a bad rap, but …
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  2. How do we make “The Pinch” less painful?

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    March 8, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    David Willetts, or “two brains” as he was once nicknamed, came to speak at my school this week. Willetts has …
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  3. Conservative welfare policies are too easily badged with “nasty party” to win them an election


    February 19, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    Margaret Thatcher’s lasting legacy to the Conservative Party seems to be that when they say “long-term economic plan” many people …
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  4. Time for George Osborne to come clean about where the cuts will fall

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    December 6, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

      Me thinks he doth protests too much. George Osborne has single-handedly managed to turn the tenor of the press …
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