Beyond collectivisation: Reforming contract law

Karl Johnson

Getting people to think about contract law is hard. Even devoted political enthusiasts tend to have little interest in law reform unless they are presented with a pre-formed proposal to support. Most people have no legal training, and so, few of them, even those active in politics, have the confidence in their knowledge of the…


The overwhelming case for new public housing

John Healey MP, John Perry

We face a housing and cost of housing crisis greater than at any point since the aftermath of the second world war. Britain is not building enough new homes, and the accommodation that is available is increasingly unaffordable to millions of people. It is a measure of a nation’s politicians whether they can rise to…