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The Conservatives need to embrace a capitalism that serves young Britons

City A.M.

Deputy Director Adam Hawksbee writes for City A.M on Gove’s and Marshall’s new direction for capitalism that the Conservatives would do well to follow. He writes:

“You don’t normally find big gatherings of right wingers in East London. But last week, the Alliance for Responsible Citizenship came to town. While the shock jocks and MAGA Republicans grabbed much of the attention, the two most powerful speeches were from a little-known hedge fund manager and a cabinet minister. Together, they pointed to a compelling way forward for Tory politics.”

You can read the full op-ed here.

Pension Power

Unlocking the UK’s pensions for science and tech growth.

The Case for Conservatism

The Case for Conservatism: Rebuilding our economy, restoring our community

Hotting Up

Hotting Up: How we get to net zero in a way that brings people with us

Troubled Waters: Tackling the crisis on England’s coast

Troubled Waters, exposes the divide between England’s coast and inland areas, arguing for a bold economic and social transformation programme.

Great British National Service

Great British National Service: How national service could develop skills, improve mental wellbeing, and increase a sense of belonging among Britain's youth

The Social Mobility Penalty

How local government funding misses areas with fewer opportunities.

The Critic

Future of Conservatism Director Gavin Rice wrote for the Critic about why the media’s idea of the centre ground is wrong. 

The Telegraph

Future of Conservatism Director Gavin Rice explains why legal immigration is still rising post-Brexit in the Daily Telegraph.


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