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The Importance of Elections for UK Economic Activity

Do you agree that the austerity policies of the coalition government have had a positive effect on aggregate economic activity (employment and GDP) in the UK? Some of those who neither agree nor disagree say that austerity may have had an initial positive effect in preventing a loss in confidence in UK economic policy. The great majority of respond [...] Read more ...

via Cfmsurvey
1 Apr 2015

Share The Facts

Labour wreck the economy and the Conservatives fix it. That's the choice at this election - as our new video shows. SHARE this to let everyone know that only the Conservatives can be trusted on the economy. Read more ...

via Conservatives
1 Apr 2015

Weep for falling productivity

Productivity, or output per hour worked, fell again in the last three months of the year. That is sobering after Tuesday's better news on economic growth and living standards [...] Read more ...

via Bbc
1 Apr 2015

Funding Secured!

We can very happily announce that we have just secured funding from Finance Wales and four private investors! Here is the press release with all the juicy de [...] Read more ...

via Noddlepod
1 Apr 2015

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The Centre for Policy Studies, the independent think tank, says that Labour's corporation tax policy could cost 96,400 jobs, putting the security of hardworking families at risk. SHARE this to let friends know. Read more ...

via Conservatives
1 Apr 2015