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Stamp duty overhauled in the Autumn Statement

December 4, 2014

Yesterday Chancellor George Osborne stayed true to Autumn Statement tradition by pulling a rabbit out of his Red Box. A much-needed overhaul of the antiquated stamp duty system has been implemented in double-quick time, banishing in a sweep the duty’s perverse slab element that saw properties taxed at set rates on their entire value once

Some strategic thoughts for the Autumn Statement and beyond

December 1, 2014

One of the great paradoxes of this strangest of political times is that sustained growth and clear signs of domestic recovery have made the economy a less salient issue...

The Rochester & Strood By-election Result

November 21, 2014

Following yesterday’s by-election in Rochester & Strood, Mark has outlined his initial thoughts below on the result and its potential ramifications - 1. The evaporation of a near 10,000 majority has inevitably...

Our immigration policy on overseas students is harming British interests

November 16, 2014

‘Whenever I travel in the world, particularly in China and India, one question persists,’ reflected Professor Andrew Hamilton last month, ‘’why has the UK adopted a visa system so...

Why I will be voting for the European Arrest Warrant later today

November 10, 2014

Mark wrote the following piece for prominent political blog, ConservativeHome, explaining why he is in favour of the UK remaining signed up to the European Arrest Warrant. To read...

The crackdown on no win, no fee risks handing a victory to dodgy directors

October 16, 2014

Mark had the following article published in this morning’s City AM: ONE OF the hazards of policymaking is that many of the best-laid plans can have curiously unintended consequences....

Arbitrarily criminalising banking is a reckless way to reform British finance

October 9, 2014

Mark had the following article published in this morning’s City AM: THE RADICAL plan to prosecute bank bosses for reckless misconduct in the management of a bank is ringing...

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