The New Statesman refers to Onward’s new report ‘Incentivising Innovation’ arguing for R&D tax reforms rather than cuts, ahead of the Autumn Statement. They also document Will Tanner’s recent move to be the Prime Minister’s Deputy Chief of Staff.
Bloomberg discuss the UK’s economic backdrop ahead of the autumn budget statement, drawing on Onward research on future politics.
Will Tanner heads to Number 10 as Rishi Sunak’s new Deputy Chief of Staff, while Onward’s deputy director Adam Hawksbee steps up as interim director, Politico reports.
BBC Economics Correspondent Andy Verity cites research from our report ‘The Road to Credibility,’ in his analysis of the gap in public finances.
David Smith mentions our report the Road to Credibility in highlighting what sound Conservative economic policies should look like today.
Stephen Bush from the Financial Times covers Onward’s research report ‘The Road to Credibility,’ on what Conservative economic policy should mean in the current economic context.
Stephen Bush writes for The Times ahead of Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement, drawing on Onward fellow Tim Pitt’s report ‘The Road to Credibility’ on a Conservative economic strategy.
Onward’s new report ‘The Road to Credibility’ is mentioned in this Sun article ahead of Sunak and Hunt’s anticipated tax reforms.
The Telegraph refers to Onward’s new report ‘The Road to Credibility’ ahead of expected changes to taxes.
Tim Pitt and Will Tanner’s report ‘The Road to Credibility’ is unpacked in this Independent article about Conservative economic principles.