David Cameron should rethink economic strategy, think-tanks say
The think tanks also urge ministers to "stop building wind-farms and repeal (or suspend) the Climate Change Act", and abandon the multi-billion pound high speed rail link between London and Birmingham.
July 9, 2012
by Christopher Hope
in The Telegraph
The think tanks, including the Centre for Policy Studies and the Institute of Economic Affairs urge the Prime Minister to develop a new "strategy for sustained higher long term economic performance".
It comes amid widespread concern among rightwing Tory MPs that the Liberal Democrats are exerting too much influence on the Coalition. There is also growing unease about the performance of the Chancellor George Osborne, after repeated about-turns following March's Budget.
In a letter published in today's The Daily Telegraph, they tell Mr Cameron to "adopt a coherent and realistic energy policy" based on rapid development of extracting gas by the controversial... [continue via Web link]